Remote Work - See How Different Generations Feel

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, many personal opinions on remote work have changed. Some of those perspectives are split by generation.

Pyn compiled a list of generational perspectives on remote work from 2019 to 2021 from news, think tanks, and industry reports and found that younger generations reported more difficulties.

Gen Z most likely to struggle with work-life balance

60% of Gen Zers between 18 and 25 years old were “merely surviving or flat-out struggling.”  The group was also more likely to feel exhausted after a workday.

Gen Z sees a drop in productivity while working online

43% of Gen Zers reported a decrease in productivity during remote work...  the highest percentage of any other generation.

Gen Z, millennials feel pressured to perform well and align with office norm

Gen Zers and baby boomers more likely to apply for remote job