Since March 2020, companies nationwide have started work from home (WFH) dueto the rapid increase of COVID-19 confirmed cases in an attempt to help prevent the coronavirus from spreading and rescue the economy from the pandemic . We perform an ordinary least square regression to investigate therelationship between the sentiment about WFH and user characteristics including gender, age, ethnicity, median household income, and population density . We use latent Dirichlet allocation to extracttopics and discover how tweet contents relate to people’s attitude . Thesefindings provide evidence that sentiment about . WFH varies across usercharacteristics. Furthermore, content analysis sheds light on the nuanceddifferences of sentiment and reveal disparities relate to WFH . Furthermore, Content Analysis sheds light

Author(s) : Ziyu Xiong, Pin Li, Hanjia Lyu, Jiebo Luo

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Keywords : wfh - sentiment - pandemic - relate - content -

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