Working From Home is Gaining Nationwide Traction


In 2022, remote work may have more traction behind it than ever before.

With gas prices being as high as they are, there’s a push for businesses to allow remote work, purely for economic reasons.

Many people are finding it to be increasingly difficult to make day-to-day commutes. This especially applies to individuals who don’t have jobs that are very close to them.

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Aside from the costs of gas, numerous workers got a taste of working from home in 2020 and 2021. This opened up worlds of opportunities, fostered work-life balance, and let people lead more fulfilling lives.

As a result of this, many workers aren’t too eager to jump back into the office every day. Now, it turns out a sizable number of Americans have the capability of working remotely in their chosen career paths.

The latest information on remote work in the United States

The American Opportunity Survey provides some serious insight into just how many people can do their jobs remotely in this country.

The survey discovered that 23% of Americans are able to work remotely on a part-time basis. Another 37% of workers nationwide are capable of doing their jobs remotely all the time.

Only 13% told the survey they willingly choose to go into the office, notwithstanding available remote work options.

As the world of work transitions, some employers are providing more options to their staff.

Sometimes, these options involve working remotely full-time, or a hybrid model of work that involves doing one’s job remotely at certain points and then coming into the office during other periods.

Employees leading the way?

Not too long ago, the CEO of Starbucks went viral when he talked about the challenges he’s having with getting corporate workers back into the office.

As it turns out, many of these workers, like others in the market, prefer to do their jobs remotely.

Most freelancers also do their jobs from home as well. Sites like Upwork have definitely given people the power to chart their own courses with how and where they want to work.

In the years to come, Americans can expect to see working from home become more popular.