Since the crown in his home state of Washington began to spread Azia Jenkins has spent hours cleaning them on the job: 2017 Jeep Patriot. Jenkins, accompanied the children for visits supervised on behalf of the Office of youth welfare, concerned that their vehicle is always a petri dish, put the children monitored, and endangers their two daughters. Your new cleaning ritual that leads before and after the kids have launched compact SUV handles includes cleaning, seats and steering wheel with Clorox wipes. They also tried to teach their children how important time to wash your hands as they can. Public health experts recommend that corporate employees work from foster home to prevent the spread of potentially deadly Crown for offices, public transport and elsewhere. Many companies, such as Apple, Microsoft and Google are following that advice. But the work distance is not an option for people like Jenkins, who like millions of other Americans in areas such as retail, hospitality and other industries, can not simply enroll in software like Outlook or to make Slack Google Hangout their work. “Or stay home, and I miss the money, or continue working and I get sick or reading other patients,” says Jenkins, 26 For all the high-speed promise of the Internet and other innovations, you can just about 29% of American employees from any operating point for us, in reality their work remotely from 2018 according to the Bureau of labor Statistics each. Those who work both tend to be better educated and richer remotely. Among the workers aged 25 and older, 47% of workers with a bachelor’s degree or higher home from work at times, according to BLS data, compared to only 3% of workers with only a high school diploma higher. Of course, some have well-trained workers, such as doctors, personally usually show business. Alex Baptiste, legal counsel of the National Partnership policy non-profit organization for women and families, says the remote working gap is only one way, onset crown inequalities that emphasizes the US economy. “On the one hand you can make people want to have the best services they can, and when you see this kind of progress, we are excited,” says Baptiste. “But it definitely shows how the gap between those who have and those who do not.” Click Stay up to date with our daily newsletter crown. As is to be physically present for their work Jenkins, Rachel Gorham 37th But Gorham, a nanny in the Seattle area, is not sure that they are now in demand in the job since the outbreak, the work that their customers, the technology industry to work remotely. However, they feel financially secure because their contract a clause “guarantees hours” calls, shell, meaning that it is paid for as long as she is at work available, even if their customers do not need. As more than half of all Americans, Gorham living paycheck to paycheck. “I would be more than a week and a half will be able to pay all my bills,” he says. Lydia, a 22 year old bartender in New York City – where the crown also spread – says working on exposed concerned about is where it is estimated at 500 to 600 people on busy nights interacts. However, doubts that the restaurant, which is working against a closed outbreak. He says he probably would not only continue to work to make end meet, but to show their manager who take their job seriously. “The underlying tone with those responsible, if you can not do this job, I can find someone else who can ‘”, says we requested only his first name for fear of wage employers use Lydia. “There are not many job security in this sector, and the disease just makes it ten times worse.” In fact, it must show the workers in sectors such as catering and retail, whose schedules are usually set by their managers often face pressure from bosses at work or colleagues even despite health problems continue, says Ellen Kossek, professor at Purdue University Krannert School of Management. “Part of the problem for people with unpredictable schedules was also held, giving whatever time their employer,” he says. “If you are seen as someone who is reliable, has to leave for a chronic disease, a child with asthma, or a child who is sick, then you are less likely to receive more hours in the future.” Complicating is that the people must show field types often do not have access to benefits such as sick pay, who come to work and possibly the spread could keep customers and colleagues a disease, says Eileen Appelbaum, co-director of the Center for Economic and policy research. “If you get the corona and quarantined, we are talking about two weeks, we are not talking about five days,” explains Appelbaum. “And for that we must leave with pay and the medical family. And we know how rare it is – only about 20% of all workers have it.” Jenkins, the Seattle CPS workers, argued that some days sick worker puts everyone at risk in the community to deny – especially with those who can not work from home. “We are all human. We all get sick,” he says. “For them, therefore, not to have the opportunity to give us some kind is unfair. And ‘as if we expected to be super heroes who never get sick, or have time to pass. It’ s crazy how some employers do not offer or you have to earn. what should we do? “Please send any suggestions, cables and [email protected] stories.