Researchers found that traveling more than 15 miles from home regularly is better for your mental and physical well-being.
Office workers are still serious about their seats, with 70 percent saying they sit at the same desk or seat in their office every day.
Two-thirds of remote workers work directly with someone who they wouldn’t be able to pick out of a lineup and recognize by name only.
44 percent know at least one person who has quit their job or is planning to quit because their boss is requiring them to restart in-person work.
While children got an average of 40 minutes more sleep a night during the lockdown, they also spent 18 minutes more looking at screens.
Even though telecommuting has become extraordinarily popular, people tend to think that working remotely limits their ability to rise in their careers