You'll get paid more if you don't work from home

You'll get paid more if you don't work from home
Work from home jobs are in high demand. (Image: Depositphotos)
Dileepa Fonseka
The pandemic changed how the world works, but data from jobseeker site Seek reveals those willing to turn up to work in person may command a salary premium.Seek’s advertised salary index (ASI) measures the salary differences between different occupations advertised on its site.The index was launched in August for Australia and at the end of March for New Zealand, but the data available for both countries stretch back to 2016.Even though many ads on Seek do not have salary levels attached, the company still privately collects information o...

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