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Work from Home

A surge of U.S. employees worked remotely since 2020 — full-time or by splitting time at their employer’s premises. But the most recent data shows an uptick in people returning to the office.


Responses of private sector businesses to a survey about whether and how often their employees telework.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Business Response Survey to the Coronavirus Pandemic (2021) and Business Response Survey on Telework, Hiring and Vacancies (2022)

Swipes to Access Business Premises

Based on an index of swipes of cardholders who enter buildings.

Index: 100 = Average security cardholder activity in buildings with Kastle card security readers for 10 major U.S. metro areas Feb. 3 – Feb. 13, 2020. Source: Kastle

Working from Home

Paid full-time days worked from home.

Source: Survey of Working Arrangements and Attitudes, wfhresearch.com

Remote/Hybrid Job Listings

Online job ads that offer the ability to work remotely at least one day a week.

Sources: Survey of Working Arrangements and Attitudes, wfhresearch.com, and Lightcast