66% of U.S. employees work remotely, at least part-time. With up to 92% of employees working at least one day per week remotely, the average U.S. worker works 5.8 remote workdays per month.
Currently, 68% of Americans would prefer to be fully remote. That means a considerable majority of the U.S. workforce wants to work remotely, and what’s more, at least 23% would take a 10% pay cut to work from home indefinitely.
At least 50% of employers believe remote work reduces absenteeism. And the feeling is mutual among employees, as 56% say they have reduced absences, and 50% use fewer sick days. Overall, a considerable 75% say they have a better work-life balance