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LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Here are five things to know before you go to bed Jan. 6, 2022.

Remote work

There’s concern remote work is failing young employees.

Recent research from Gallup has found as of September, about forty-five percent of full-time employees were working partly or fully remotely.

And with the number of covid cases spiking due to the omicron variant, many companies have again delayed their return-to-office plans.

In a recent interview, the former CEO of AOL, said workers under the age of 30 could be missing out on what he referred to as “The largest career-learning cycle” of their lives by not going into the office.

Moving

The pandemic continues to motivate Americans to move, and they’re heading to states with more open spaces.

That’s the word from united van lines, which has released its annual national movers study.

It found Vermont, a low-density state, has the highest percentage of people moving in.

On the other hand, New Jersey, a high-density state, has the most people moving out.

Truth Social

Former President Donald Trump’s new social media app is expected to launch next month.

It’s called Truth Social and it will be available on Feb. 21.

The app is billed as an alternative to Twitter.

The launch will come 13 months after Facebook and Twitter banned Trump in the aftermath of the attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Don’t look up

The film “Don’t look up”, sets a new record on Netflix.

With the most viewing hours for a movie in a single week ever on the streaming platform.

Netflix subscribers spent 152 million hours from Dec. 27 to Jan. 2 watching the satirical science fiction film, bout climate change.

“Don’t look up” is the third most-watched film ever on the platform, behind “Bird box” and “Red notice.”

Molly’s mom

There’s a new billboard in times square that’s drawing a lot of attention. It’s an ad to date a woman named molly.

And it was created by molly’s mom.

Beth Davis said she wants her daughter to find a good man to love.

And there’s some urgency to her request, the 61-year-old mom was recently told she had metastatic breast cancer. And wants to know her daughter will be left in good hands.