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Teleworking In Spain Will Moderate Urban Mobility And Residential Decisions But Not Change Secular Trends

The coronavirus pandemic forced a high percentage of Spaniards to telework. Despite this figures has been declining as the social distancing measures have been lifted, many firms are already considering the option of offering their employees a more flexible way of working, combining days working face-to-face in the office with working remotely.  Iin this article experts at CaixaBank Research will analyse its implications for urban mobility and, from a longer-term perspective, for the residential real estate market.