Suburban Liveability and Post-pandemic Workplace Transitions

URBAN POLICY AND RESEARCH(2023)

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The extent of working from home post-pandemic is still uncertain, it has been seen as offering potential to revitalise suburbs. However, where such benefits accrue is dependent on the residential distribution of people in work-from-home suitable occupations. This paper investigates the correlations between concentrations of workers in work-from-home suitable occupations with suburban liveability and socioeconomic factors within Melbourne, Australia. The research highlights the potential for working from home to increase socio-economic disparities within cities. The implication for urban policy is that a renewed focus on addressing spatial disadvantage will be required.
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