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The COVID-19 pandemic forced a big shift in the way we work and communicate with our colleagues. Videoconferencing quickly became the method of choice for remote workers to stay connected, but the novelty soon wore off, leaving workers feeling more stressed and fatigued — especially women. According to a new study, more than twice the number of women surveyed (14%) reported feelings associated with "Zoom fatigue," compared to just 6% of men. This article from The Economist explains the effects of Zoom fatigue, and why these effects disproportionately impact women.

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