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A year into the pandemic, differences in work-from-home behavior across income, race, and education persist.
Regions with higher financial distress have seen larger shares of COVID-19 infections and deaths during most of the pandemic.
The spread of COVID-19 dramatically reduced spending and altered the mix of goods and services that consumers purchase.
After the pandemic, a shift to hybrid officing may encourage suburban employers to move their offices closer to city centers.
The use of alternative financial services has declined among low-income individuals during the pandemic.