Thanks to Remote Work, Many in Gen Z May Never Work in an Office. Will It Matter? – The Wall Street Journal

Shannon Chin went from working and learning remotely in college to working two jobs remotely while staying with family in the Toronto area. She didn’t meet her colleagues face to face at one of those jobs, in user experience, until December—nearly a year and a half after signing on. In fact, she hadn’t seen their faces at all.

“We had had cameras off for meetings, so I didn’t even know what they looked like,” the 22-year-old says.

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