Labor Department: More Americans working from home as COVID cases spike nationwide
The Labor Department says America's return to the office appears to be slowing as the Omicron surge presses on.
About 11% of employees worked from home in December, which is down 0.2% from November, according to the Labor Department.
The numbers could give a new idea of what work life could look like in the U.S. in a post-COVID world.
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