Our team is excited to report that key findings from Wave 1 of the COVID Future survey were published yesterday as a Brief Report in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). The article is titled The potential stickiness of pandemic-induced behavior changes in the United States, and openly accessible to all. PNAS published … Continue reading Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) publishes COVID Future survey findings!
At long last, we are excited to report that our Wave 1 dataset is officially published and available to all for download and use! The dataset contains 8,723 responses to the COVID Future survey collected between April and October 2020. Respondents were recruited using a combination of methods: a quota-sampled Qualtrics online survey panel (N=5,250), … Continue reading COVID Future Wave 1 Data Available for Download!
COVID Future project co-leader Deborah Salon presented top-line transportation results yesterday at UCLA’s Lake Arrowhead virtual symposium: Not “Back to Normal:” Mapping a Just Transportation Recovery from COVID-19. She reported that many workers are enjoying remote work, and over 40% expect to continue working from home at least some of the time even after the pandemic … Continue reading COVID Future project featured at UCLA’s Lake Arrowhead Virtual Symposium
COVID Future project co-leader Abolfazl (Kouros) Mohammadian spearheaded the organization of a full 2-days of presentations on the topic of COVID and transport at the recent virtual “Bridging Transport Researchers” transportation conference. Many other team members also presented work and/or moderated sessions. Recordings of all of the presentations are available on YouTube, with direct links … Continue reading COVID Future Project Featured at Recent Virtual Transportation Conference
On July 24, I contributed to a story that was featured on the Conversation website: The office is dead! Long live the office in a post-pandemic world. For my portion of this piece, I used our data to provide some data-informed context to the discussion about what work arrangements might look like for office workers … Continue reading Findings featured in Conversation story
How is COVID-19 affecting the workplace? Initial results from our survey show that working from home is becoming more popular and probably will remain commonplace – though far from universal – after the pandemic. We are just starting to learn about the effects this trend may have on worker productivity and society as a whole.