Were Teleworkable Jobs Pandemic-Proof?
Thao Tran and
Didem Tuzemen ()
Economic Bulletin, 2020, 3
While the majority of pandemic-related job losses have been in occupations where working from home was not possible, work-from-home or “teleworkable” jobs were not pandemic-proof. In addition, the number of teleworkable jobs lost and recovered differed by workers’ sex and education status. Both college-educated and non-college-educated women experienced larger employment losses and slower recoveries in teleworkable jobs than their male counterparts.
Keywords: Labor market; Employment; Prime-age employment; Teleworkable jobs; Job losses; Women; Pandemic; Work from home (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: J20 J21 J60 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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