Will remote-workers be the first to get cut?

The demand for remote work opportunities has skyrocketed as more businesses adapt to the flexibility of a COVID-19 world, but it has far outstripped the available supply of work-from-home jobs, according to a new report.

The jobs study from Semrush, an online data research firm, shows remote-work searches jumped 300% between July 2021 and July 2022. Specifically, searches for “remote jobs near me,” “part-time remote jobs” and “entry-level remote jobs” more than quadrupled in popularity year over year, the company said.

But despite the demand, the median share of remote positions available on job-search websites is only 6.8%, Semrush said.

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