Why younger workers are more likely to struggle with working from home

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Indy Star on 1/5/2020 by Alexandria Burris

Casey Cawthon, 32, of Fishers was doing OK when she started working from home in March due to the pandemic.

She was productive, enjoyed the flexibility of working from home, developed a routine and was spending more time with her 15-year-old son, Caiden. It just felt like working from home for the day or like working from a client office versus the agency office,” she said.

But as the days wore on, Cawthon, a public relations director at Well Done Marketing, began to struggle. “It felt like there was no end in sight,” she said.