The “opportunity cost” for Americans returning to in-person work after a year of remote work will result in a monetary loss of about $10,000 annually, excluding the cost of gasoline, online lending marketplace LendingTree estimated. In the 100 largest U.S. cities, full-time workers spent almo
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