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Gender Differences in Telecommuting and Implications for Inequality at Home and Work
The global pandemic has led to an unprecedented shift to remote work that will likely persist to some degree into the future. Telecommuting's impact on flexibility and work family conflict is a critical question for researchers and policy-makers. Our study addresses this question with data collected before and during the COVID-19 crisis: the 2003-2018 American Time Use Survey (ATUS, N = 19,179) and the April and May 2020 COVID Impact Survey (N = 784). Comparing mothers and fathers who workdoi:10.31235/osf.io/tdf8c fatcat:ufqxyalburd5rhyobqzud77rny