In the fifth and final blog in our WFH series, we note the dynamics and considerations of the Work From Home (WFH) movement that continue to seemingly change on the fly and without much warning. Case in point is a recently released survey by Deutsche Bank that proposed a "privilege tax" of 5% for those who continue to work remotely after the COVID-19 pandemic.
As Work From Home (WFH) has even more fully taken root with the end to COVID-19 nowhere in sight, we are seeing and hearing about a number of remote workers relocating in sizable numbers. There are a variety of reasons, from getting outside of highly populated big cities, to being closer to family, to finding more affordable housing, etc. But the trend is undeniable in Life Sciences given the typical convergence of big city and high costs in traditional markets such as Boston and San Francisco.