Kansas City Middle-Class Almost Ready To Stop Pretending That Zoom Calls & E-mail Constitute 'Work' In Any Meaningful Sense
Whilst all manner of phone gossip has toppled powerful companies and politicos . . . Very little of it has helped to generate long-term sustainable economic growth amongst the working-class.
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As an insurance company employee, Hilary Matney, 40, of Kansas City, Missouri, would spend four days a week before the pandemic working in the company's office in Overland Park, Kansas. She'd spend the other day working remotely, usually out of a coffee shop or from home.