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The market for six-figure salary hybrid jobs has crashed

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The higher the salary, the more unwilling highly paid workers are to accept full-time office jobs. This has caused tension between employers and employees in the return-to-office process. The availability of six-figure hybrid jobs has decreased by almost 70%, while in-person job postings have almost doubled. Highly paid workers are more likely to refuse full-time office jobs and start looking for positions that offer hybrid flexibility. Employers want people back in the office to maximize employee value, but workers, especially highly paid ones, value the personal and professional balance provided by hybrid work.