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  • Globally, 92% of workers work from home at least once every week.
    False! 52%
  • Employees who work from home are more productive.
    True! 86% of employees in the US say they’re most productive when they work alone— without distractions like inefficient meetings, office gossip, or loud offic
  • Larger companies are more likely to offer work from home flexibility than smaller companies are.
  • By 2028, most of all departments will have remote workers.
    True! 73%
  • Around the world, most of the companies don’t allow remote work at all.
    False! 44% of the companies around the world don't allow remote work.
  • Telecommuters (people that work from home) make less money than non-telecommuters do.
    False! The average telecommuter makes approximately $4,000 more on their yearly salary than the average non-telecommuter.
  • People that work from home are less stressed.
    True! 82% of telecommuters reported lower stress levels.
  • Full-time telecommuters save more money each year.
    True! They spend less on a variety of costs: commuting (gas, public transit passes, tolls, parking, car upkeep, and so on), food and clothes.
  • Most people who work from home have at least a bachelor’s degree
    True! Around 53%
  • Employers offering work from home flexibility lost more employees.
    False! Employers who offered a work from home option had employee turnover rates fall by over 50%.