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Does remote work put younger workers at a disadvantage?

by Edaein OConnell
05th Feb 2021

Read time: 9 mins

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Edaein O'Connell speaks to three young professionals about the impact working from home has had on their careers

On March 12 of last year, Tánaiste Leo Varadker made a speech outside Blair House, Washington DC that would change the direction of Irish life for the ensuing months. Schools and colleges closed, gatherings cancelled and employees were told to work from home for the foreseeable. For young people, the heady days of combining a commute with a hectic work/life balance were coming to an end. Although, many of them didn’t know it at the...

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