Inequality in the feasibility of working from home during and after COVID-19 / by Derek Messacar, René Morissette and Zechuan Deng.: CS45-28/1-2020-27E-PDF
"Approximately 40% of Canadians are in jobs that can be done from home (Deng et al. 2020) and the likelihood of holding such a job is not the same for all Canadians. For example, fewer workers in goods-producing sectors can work from home than those in service industries (Deng et al. 2020). These differences in the feasibility of working from home are important during the pandemic because holding jobs that can be done from home reduces the likelihood of work interruptions and, thus, reduces income uncertainty. After the pandemic, holding such jobs might increase the options that Canadian families face regarding work-life balance. To shed light on these issues, this article assesses how the feasibility of working from home varies across Canadian families. It also considers the implications of these differences for family earnings inequality"--page .
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|Department/Agency||Statistics Canada, issuing body.|
|Title||Inequality in the feasibility of working from home during and after COVID-19 / by Derek Messacar, René Morissette and Zechuan Deng.|
|Series title||StatCan COVID-19 : data to insights for a better Canada|
|Publication type||Series - View Master Record|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)|| Issued also in French under title: Inégalités en matière de faisabilité du travail à domicile pendant et après la COVID-19. |
Issued also in HTML format.
"Release date: June 8, 2020."
Includes bibliographical references (page 5).
|Publishing information|| [Ottawa] : Statistics Canada = Statistique Canada, 2020. |
|Author / Contributor||Messacar, Derek, author.|
|Description||1 online resource (5 unnumbered pages) : charts.|
|Catalogue number|| |
|Subject terms|| COVID-19 (Disease) -- Economic aspects -- Canada -- Statistics. |
Telecommuting -- Canada -- Statistics.
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