I agree that a “remote revolution” could help the workforce temporarily, but I tend to think that would be a “bandaid on a broken arm” kind of situation. This concept is heavily biased, obviously, for computer-based jobs. Many computer-based jobs are skill-based, like programming and designing, but many are not skill-based. So if you are calling for a “remote revolution,” your efforts might backfire, and you might end up just getting all those nonskilled computer workers fired, because they are expendable. Or outsourced like the other person said.