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Mark Zuckerberg says half of Facebook’s staff to work from home within 10 years – video
The Guardian:
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he expects 50% of the company’s employees to work from home over the next five to 10 years.


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 Additional Sources

 Facebook CNET:
Other tech companies, including Twitter, are giving their employees that option.
Forbes:
CEO Mark Zuckerberg is shifting the company toward more remote work after the pandemic.
CNBC:
"There's a meaningful contrast between what we're doing and what some other companies are doing," Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told NBC ...
The Verge:
Illustration by William Joel The Verge Up to half of employees could work remotely within five to 10 years, CEO Mark Zuckerberg ...
ZDNet:
Mark Zuckerberg expects that about 50% of Facebook's workforce will work remotely within the next five to 10 years.
The Financial Express:
After micro-blogging platform Twitter announced that it will let employees work from home permanently, Canadian e-commerce website ...
Digital Trends:
Facebook is the latest big tech company looking to a remote future
Variety:
Some Facebook employees will never go back to the social giant’s offices on a permanent basis.
Fast Company:
The CEO’s assertion that half of Facebook’s workforce will work remotely by 2030 runs counter to its company culture and physical ...
The Information:
The work-from-home tipping point, in tech at least, has been reached.
USA Today:
Facebook's Zuckerberg expects 50% of its workforce to work remote full time.
Huffington Post:
Mark Zuckerberg said that transition to remote work was a prediction of the company's future and not a target they were trying to hit.
Tech Radar:
Amazon Prime Day 2020 shifts to September as Amazon's business rebuilds after pandemic impact.
NPR:
CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he expects 50% of the social network's workforce to be working remotely within the next decade.
CBS News:
Instagram head Adam Mosseri says the platform is evaluating how to handle so-called deepfakes – phony videos that have been manipulated ...
 Facebook Moves to Let More Employees Work From Home Permanently PC Magazine Australia:
'Over the next 5 to 10 years, I think we could have 50 percent of our people working remotely, but we're going to get there in a ...
Sky News:
Facebook is going to start 'aggressively opening up remote hiring'
The Sydney Morning Herald:
Employees who move to areas with a lower cost of living than the San Francisco Bay Area would likely take a pay cut.
Silicon Valley Business Journals:
It won't be an office, but the hub strategy is likely to include a physical site that allows people working nearby the opportunity to ...
 Facebook employees could receive pay cuts as they continue to work from home Phys.org:
Facebook employees, who will continue to work from home for an expected five to ten years, will receive cuts if they move to less ...
Independent (Irish):
A 20-year-old former BT Young Scientist winner has landed $16m (€14.6m) in new funding from some of Silicon Valley's most prestigious US ...
UPROXX:
UnsplashUproxx Mark Zuckerberg expects half of the company to work from home within a decade.
National Post:
The shift will affect more than 5,000 employees
Beebom:
Following the lead of Facebook and Google, Swedish music streaming giant Spotify has now let its employees work from home through the ...


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