Emily Robinson, a special education teacher at Vine Street School in Bangor, smiles when she sees the face of one of her students on the computer screen during a Zoom meeting on April 3, 2020. Credit: Linda Coan O'Kresik / BDN

With Maine’s COVID-19 vaccination effort remaining one of the fastest in the nation, those who have worked from home over the course of the pandemic are likely wondering how much longer their current arrangements will last.

Most in this situation would like some semblance of remote work to remain, according to a national survey released in January by LiveCareer. More than 80 percent enjoy it, nearly two-thirds say they will prioritize employers who offer it and 29 percent said they would even quit their jobs if not allowed to continue working remotely.

We want to talk to Mainers working from home now. Has it been easier to maintain a work-life balance or harder? How are you and your employers viewing a potential return to in-office work? Join the discussion by filling out the survey below.

Michael Shepherd

Michael Shepherd

Michael Shepherd joined the Bangor Daily News in 2015 after three years as a reporter at the Kennebec Journal. A Hallowell native who now lives in Augusta, he graduated from the University of Maine in...