Remote work and schooling during the pandemic have given a generation of kids an unprecedented close-up view of their parents’ jobs. Children overheard our conference calls, made unexpected cameos on Zoom meetings and heard our exasperation at bosses’ last-minute requests.
For many kids, it has changed the way they see their parents, how they view work and what they want to be when they grow up. Here’s what five kids around the country had to say.
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