28%

of employed American parents who are teleworking all or most of the time said in October 2020 that balancing work and family responsibilities has gotten easier compared with before the pandemic

Source: Pew Research Center
Additional Information: This is among parents who have children under 18 at home and who have the same job as before the pandemic. In comparison, 11% of working parents who are teleworking only some of the time, rarely, or not at all said the same. Just 6% of those who said their job can't be done from home say their work-family balance has gotten easier.

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