The following information is from an article in the Wall Street Journal:
The Work-From-Home Shift Shocked Companies—Now They’re Learning Its Lessons
Tens of millions of Americans are working from home and many will never go back; employers scramble to figure out what tools they’ll need to stay productive
According to the article in the Wall Street Journal:
The number of Americans working solely from home has at least doubled, and possibly tripled, since before the pandemic.
At its peak in early May, 52% of employed Americans reported always working from home.
Another 18% reported sometimes working from home.
That's 70%, or more than 100 million people in the U.S.
In the week ending July 12, the total declined to 53%.
That is higher than the 43% of workers who reported working from home at least part time in 2016.
A survey of corporate leaders on June 5 found that in the future, 82% plan to allow remote working at least some of the time.
47% said they intend to allow full-time remote work going forward.
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