A new survey finds 66 percent of Americans working remotely believe that taking sick days for anything less severe than COVID-19 would be looked down upon by their employer.
Study authors say that American men say they feel they have more power in public, but women view themselves as the stronger force at home.
A new survey finds 56% of Americans are feeling more stressed than ever before due to all the demands that come along with remote work.
A new study predicts there could be up to 15 million homes which go unsold or leave Americans taking major financial losses on their lifelong investments.
According to a survey of 2,000 adults, 63% of Americans have given up all hope of getting in good shape this summer thanks to weight gain from lockdown.
A poll of 2,000 Americans found that about one in five (19%) admits to lying about working out when they were really doing something else.