As the U.S. struggles to re-open the economy, perhaps those on the tail-end of the return will be older workers. This is the group most at risk from COVID-19 and the most wary of coming back an office or another public setting.
If they can avoid it that is.
A recent study by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College examined the differences in the ability to work from home by age.
The report found that for many older Americans, “their ability to survive financially will depend on their ability to work from home.”
The good news is that older workers have jobs that allow them to work from home at roughly the same rate as their younger counterparts.
“There doesn’t seem to be large differences on average across age groups,” said Anqi Chen, one of the report’s authors, during an appearance on Yahoo Finance.
But “the bad news