Uptake and inequality of telework dashboard

A dashboard that monitors the uptake and inequality of telework in the EU across countries, years, occupations and socio-demographic groups.

Publishing date
14 February 2023

This dashboard aims to answer questions relating to uptake and inequality of telework in the EU across countries, years, occupations and socio-demographic groups and tries to inspire new research with its underlying data.

To access the dashboard, please click here.

A dashboard format was chosen so that users can customise the data and visualisations for specific regions and years of interest. Users will easily be able to access and monitor the most recent available data and to understand the topic from an inclusive angle.

To download the data of the figures please use the download button in the top-left of the page. For any questions or comments, please contact with [email protected].

This dashboard was produced within the project ‘Future of Work and Inclusive Growth in Europe’, with the financial support of the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth.

About the authors

  • Tom Schraepen

    Tom worked at Bruegel as a Future of Work and Inclusive Growth Consultant until May 2023. He obtained his BSc in Business Engineering and his MSc in Applied Economics from KU Leuven. He wrote his master’s thesis in the field of innovation economics.

    At Bruegel, he mainly works on the Future of Work and Inclusive Growth project. He researches the twin transition, the digital economy and labour market inequality. 

    Tom is a Belgian citizen. He is fluent in Dutch and English, and advanced in French.

  • Laura Nurski

    Laura Nurski was a non-resident fellow at Bruegel until 2024. She is a Research Expert at the Centre of Expertise for Labour Market Monitoring at the Faculty of Business and Economics of KU Leuven. She leads the development of an integrated labour market prediction model that identifies future skill needs in the Flemish labour market.

    While residing at Bruegel in the past, she led the Future of Work and Inclusive Growth project which analyses the impact of technology on the nature, quantity and quality of work, welfare systems and inclusive growth.

    Before joining Bruegel, she investigated the impact of job design and organisation design on wellbeing and productivity at work. This inherently multidisciplinary domain has left her with a broad social science background, encompassing psychology, sociology and economics. As a former data scientist in the financial and retail sector, Laura is passionate about data and technology. She is also a skilled statistical programmer, survey developer and open-source aficionado.

    Laura holds a Ph.D. in Industrial Organization, a M.Sc. in Economics and a M.A. in Business Engineering from KU Leuven.

  • Michal Krystyanczuk

    Michal is an experienced Data Scientist whose goal is to enable the use of Artificial Intelligence to make an impact on society.

    Michal has been regularly acting as a consultant on multiple AI-related projects for companies from different sectors: pharmaceuticals, marketing, and finance. He is specialized in Deep Learning and Big Data techniques for various AI tasks such as natural language processing, pattern recognition, recommender systems, credit scoring, or hedging strategies optimization. He managed numerous semantic data projects for global brands such as Mulberry, BNP Paribas, Groupe SEB, Publicis, or Abbott.

    Personally, Michal is an enthusiast of Cognitive Computing and Information Retrieval from unstructured data (text, image, and video).

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