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The American office will never look the same. A recent poll of 1,000 US adults found that 39% said they'd consider quitting if they can't work remotely at least part time, and another found that many say deciding to return the office would be based on which coworkers were there too. Keep scrolling for a look at the future of work as offices begin to re-open.

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Nearly 40% of workers would consider quitting if forced to return to the office
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    Nearly 40% of workers would consider quitting if their bosses made them return to the office full time, a new survey shows

    Nearly 40% of workers would consider quitting if their bosses made them return to the office full time, a new survey shows

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    The survey showed that 49% of the respondents who said they'd consider quitting were millennials and Gen Z — i.e., adults born after 1980.

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