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Getting rid of remote work will take more than a downturn

As the economy slows, a handful of prominent CEOs have tried to put an end to remote work. But some economists say that even in a cooler labor market, working from home is likely to remain common. (Jared Oriel/The New York Times) — FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY WITH NYT STORY SLUGGED REMOTE WORK FUTURE BY SARAH KESSLER FOR JAN. 7, 2023. ALL OTHER USE PROHIBITED —

As the labor market tightens, CEOs are working to get their employees back into the office. But these workers have other plans.

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