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Pioneer Institute Surveyed 700 People In Greater Boston During Coronavirus Pandemic And Nearly 63 Percentage Say They Want To Stay At Home At Least One Day Week Permanently. That, say think tank, will be major factor in how companies invest in commercial real estate and how state should deliver public transportation where and when it is needed Survey results suggest that pandemic May lead to significant shifts in attitudes toward commuting, with potentially large impacts on demand for commercial real estate in major job centers, internet connectivity, and transit and transportation planning and budgeting, said Andrew Mikula, who author analysis. Survey Hit Just Weeks After MBTA Announced It Will Likely Need To Use About Quarter Of 827 Million Emergency Federal Funding It Receive To Close Major Pandemic-cause Revenue Gap In This Year's Budget. Ridership on T is down more than 90 percentage on subway and 80 percentage on buses with nobody sure what new normal will look like. MBTA and state agencies have existing relationships with riders and commuters, and they must act now to engage their customers in order to determine changes in demand resulting from pandemic, said Pioneer Institute Executive Director Jim Stergios. Survey suggest that people's attitudes are evolving quickly and in way that is distinct from past routines, Stergios add. Result May Be Seismic Shift In Ridership Patterns And Even Significant Change In How And Where Employers Seek Talent. As for parks and skyscrapers, Gov. Charlie Baker and Mayor Martin Walsh have announce, as part of slow opening of economy, that only 25 percentage of workforce can return to offices beginning this week statewide and June 1 in Boston. How many can return in Phase 2 of state reopening plan will be based on coronavirus infection rates, that are now on downward trajectory. Those taking Pioneer poll, conducted between April 22 and May 15, say they wont miss traffic jams with 48 percentage citing commuting as reason to telecommute. Many also say they are willing to work from home two or three days week. Respondents do cite social isolation as biggest drawback of remote work, with more than 50 percentage saying they miss social interactions. In short term, surveys indicate that employees are largely willing to return to workplace upon request, even before COVID-19 vaccine is available. Long-term Impact Of COVID-19 Pandemic Will Likely Depend On Three Factors, Pioneer Say: Employer Policies That Seek To Expand Or Rein In Remote Work, Public Policies, And Employee Sentiment.

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For average person, obituary might be obscure item in daily paper rarely engaged with, but for others, their impact is much more significant. They are valuable resource for biographers, genealogists, and but they are also used by other professionals as well. Obituaries are also one of best tools any enthusiast can use to make family tree or compile family history. However, locating obituary can be time-consuming-older it is, more time you will have spend searching for it. There are reasons for this. One is that newspaper that obituary appear in may be well out of circulation, so you might not be able to rely on paper's own Archives. Another reason is that even if newspaper still exist, it will almost certainly not have digital archive of all its back issues. In these cases, you can directly contact paper and ask them to perform obituary search for you, grant that you have all relevant details such as full name of decedent and exact or at least approximate date when you believe obituary was publish. Wikipedia has pretty comprehensive list of Massachusetts newspapers. Lack of information is really major challenge in obituary search. If you are looking for recent one and you are close to family of decease, this challenge will be insignificant, but if you are collecting information about distant ancestor, there may not be enough family members alive to remember all relevant details. This is where you will have to embark on full-scale search, using both online and offlineresources. Minimum Information Threshold You Need Is Person's Last Name And At Least Vague Idea About Where They Live And / Or Die. There are number of digital databases of obituaries where you can search by last name only but results that will be returned will take time to analyze until you locate one that is closest to what you already know about person. Even if database you are using does not give you actual text of obituary-some don't-it will supply you with enough information to locate it at Public Library, since these are among major repositories for newspaper collections. One potentially disheartening fact about electronic databases is that they tend to include only relatively recent death announcements. If you need obituary from late 19th century, for instance, you are unlikely to find it in such database. Another problem is that not all deaths, not even most, get which means that you will need other channels to locate death Record for ancestor or another person of interest. First Place To Look For Death Records Would Be Massachusetts Registry Of Vital Records For Period From 1921 To Present Day.

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