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JPMorgan CEO says remote work isn't good for young people and managers, but can be 'perfectly reasonable' for coders and women with caregiver concerns


JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is known for opposing remote work, but said it can make sense for jobs like coding and researching, and for women with child or parent care concerns. “I think it’s perfectly reasonable to help women,” Dimon said during an interview Thursday from Davos, Switzerland where the …

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