McKinsey’s research on the impact of work from home post covid says, “To determine how extensively remote work might persist after the pandemic, we analyzed its potential across more than 2,000 tasks used in some 800 occupations in the eight focus countries.
Considering only remote work that can be done without a loss of productivity, we find that about 20 to 25 percent of the workforces in advanced economies could work from home between three and five days a week.” Based on this report, online teaching
will remain the norm ever since the pandemic hit our lives, and the trend seems to carry on. Keeping this in mind, designer Lei Wang has created an ergonomic study desk that grows with the child – fitting perfectly in the set of requirements for different phases of life. The adjustable desk looks inspired by the AT-ST (All-Terrain Scout) Walker, with its walking stance emulated in the desk’s legs.