Empleo híbrido amenaza bienes raíces urbanos infographic
El gráfico muetra los efectos del trabajo híbrido en el valor de los bienes raíces de grandes ciudades.


El trabajo híbrido podría borrar $1,3 billones de bienes raíces

By Ninian Carter

September 6, 2023 - Las prácticas de trabajo híbrido, a las que se recurrió tras los confinamientos por Covid, que enviaron a millones de empleados de oficina a trabajar a casa, podrían eliminar hasta $1,3 billones de valor de bienes raíces en nueve grandes ciudades para 2030.

More that three years after millions of office workers were sent home during Covid-19 lockdowns, companies are still trying to adapt to lasting changes to corporate life.

Hybrid working practices differ markedly around the world, with Asian and European workers largely returning to offices at a faster pace than those in the Americas.

Asia controlled the pandemic better than most, so workers there did not become accustomed to working from home to the same degree as those on other continents – making it much easier for them to switch back to office life.

The UK has one of the highest rates of remote working, whereas France has one of the lowest, with several other European countries enshrining into law new flexible work schedules.

How these seismic shifts in work habits play out will have significant economic consequences, according to a new report by McKinsey Global Institute.

For example, office occupancy rates in the United States have plateaued at around half of pre-Covid levels, with building lobbies virtual ghost towns on Fridays.

Under a moderate outlook, McKinsey estimate that around $800 billion could be wiped off the value of office buildings in nine major cities, or as much as $1.3 trillion in a worst-case scenario.

It would seem that work is no longer a place people go to, but rather a thing they do – wherever that may be.

PUBLISHED: 06/09/2023; STORY: Graphic News