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Coronavirus has pushed all of us into a very testing phase where people are in middle of severe economical crisis. With the death toll rising every day, the pundits have estimated that the lockdown may be prolonged to at least September if things don’t come under control.

The pandemic has only caused death and despair and many people have lost their jobs or suffered loss in their businesses amidst the pandemic. Since the lockdown being imposed in March, majority of the small to medium businesses have suffered drastically to state of near-shutdown and some being shut down forever.

About 250 million Americans are complying with the lockdown laws imposed by the local or state-level law. Everyone has been forced into their homes with nothing but anticipation about when things will get normal. Luckily, we have a blessing called the internet which has saved a lot of companies by giving them a platform to conduct their business over it. Companies have also complied to the lockdown by shutting down their offices but are still managing to have its employees work from their homes.
However, this “work from home” thing is a completely new dynamic for many people who struggled to adapt to the online working environment. About 28% of Americans polled that they are currently working remotely. Same number of people said that their jobs enable them to work remotely and that they still have their jobs.

Before the pandemic the online work environment wasn’t very popular and there were less people familiar with that dynamic with only about 7% of non-government Americans used to working from home. During the pandemic, that number has significantly jumped as we are now seeing more companies using internet to save their businesses.

Stats about working from home

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Stats for working from home #infographic


Coronavirus has pushed all of us into a very testing phase where people are in middle of severe economical crisis. With the death toll rising every day, the pundits have estimated that the lockdown may be prolonged to at least September if things don’t come under control.

The pandemic has only caused death and despair and many people have lost their jobs or suffered loss in their businesses amidst the pandemic. Since the lockdown being imposed in March, majority of the small to medium businesses have suffered drastically to state of near-shutdown and some being shut down forever.

About 250 million Americans are complying with the lockdown laws imposed by the local or state-level law. Everyone has been forced into their homes with nothing but anticipation about when things will get normal. Luckily, we have a blessing called the internet which has saved a lot of companies by giving them a platform to conduct their business over it. Companies have also complied to the lockdown by shutting down their offices but are still managing to have its employees work from their homes.
However, this “work from home” thing is a completely new dynamic for many people who struggled to adapt to the online working environment. About 28% of Americans polled that they are currently working remotely. Same number of people said that their jobs enable them to work remotely and that they still have their jobs.

Before the pandemic the online work environment wasn’t very popular and there were less people familiar with that dynamic with only about 7% of non-government Americans used to working from home. During the pandemic, that number has significantly jumped as we are now seeing more companies using internet to save their businesses.

Stats about working from home

Infographic by: theshelf.com

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