As the Covid-19 pandemic rages on, millions of Americans face precarious employment,
uncertain futures and pressure to hustle harder from home and make it all work. In other words: we’re all millennials now.
As of early April, more than 60% of Americans said they had worked from home during the coronavirus crisis.
And they seem to like it: according to polling, Americans are coming around to the flexibility that millennials have long demanded.
But millennials have also seen the costs.