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Employees younger than 26 felt the least productive and supported working from home compared to other age brackets. (Photo: shironosov)

Conventional wisdom would seem to have it that employees 25 years and younger would have an easier time staying engaged during the enforced separation mandated by COVID-19 concerns. After all, a generation having grown up with smartphones and tablets would obviously be the best-prepared to handle the trials and tribulations of remote work.

According to a new study, however, the kids aren’t alright.

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