Brazilians, Becoming Fond of Home Office, Often Want to Move Out of Large Cities

A 'Ticket' survey shows that 44 percent of workers do not want a full return to activities and 28 percent of respondents consider moving to another city.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The novel coronavirus pandemic has hastened changes that the labor market has been shyly testing in recent years, like the home office.

With only essential services operating during the peak of the health crisis, between April and September, remote work increased in a dimension unseen before.

According to the latest data from the . . .

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