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Commuters Return To Office Facing Traffic, Transit Hurdles

The commute post Covid-19 pandemic is bringing traffic and transit delays. NBC News’ Ben Popken reports on the challenges commuters will face as they return to the office.

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  1. Some people have been in the office this entire time. Welcome back to the Real World

  2. I heard that liberals wanna eliminate cars and do electric scooters like in Europe… 😂😂😂

  3. The first step is still the 1939 minimum wage act and the Social security act. We have not been paid a fair wage yet.

  4. Yep, affordable, safe and enriching child care has been an issue for a long time. The movie 9 to 5 addressed that how many years ago? Yet, these multimillion dollar companies haven't given it a thought. When half of all marriages end in divorce and single women with children must work, are paid less for the same job and have had these hurdles to cross. Companies say, not my problem. Yet they have greatly benefited from women in the workplace with their unique skill sets. What women bring to the table is amazing. Look at the woman in the last book of Proverbs, she was a business woman and her profit was good. In addition, less travel for jobs that can be done remotely is very good for our environment. As far as the drug use goes, my only answer to that is a living wage, which the current minimum wage is not. People are discouraged. Working 40 or more hours for basically slave wages is a crime against humanity. F that! Of course people are checking out.

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