Remote Work From Home Statistics & Trends For 2022

Most remote workers belong to the top 3 industries: 15% from healthcare, 10% from technology, and 9% from financial services. Source: Owl Labs

99% of people would likely prefer working remotely for a lifetime. Source: Buffer

Cities having high income levels have more remote job opportunities. Source: Pragati

65% workers in the US are willing to take a 5% pay cut to remain fully remote. Source: Breeze

73% of all departments are expected to have home-based employees or independent contractors by 2028. Source: Upwork

83% workers think of a hybrid work model as optimal in the future. Source: Accenture

A Deloitte survey found “maintaining culture” was the top managerial concern in remote work conditions. Source: Deloitte

Workers are spending 30 minutes less talking about non-work topics. Source: Airtasker

Remote workers make $100,000/year more than the on-site workers. Source: Owl Labs

20% of employees working remotely, report loneliness as their greatest challenge. Source: Buffer

77% remote workers claim a productivity boost when working from home. Source: CoSo Cloud

88 percent of organizations made it mandatory or encouraged their employees to work from home post COVID-19. Source: Gartner

72% employees wish to continue working from home even if they could return to the office. Source:

68% hiring managers say that working remotely works better for them. Source: Upwork

Remote work will reduce the commuting miles by 70 to 140 billion. Source: KPMG

54% of IT professionals believe that remote workers present a greater security risk than the onsite employees. Source: OpenVPN

US companies can expect to save over $500B a Year with remote work. Source: Staffingindustry



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