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Survey: Most Remote Workers Don’t Want to Go Back to The Office

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A new survey has found that remote workers aren’t too keen on the idea of going back to the office.

The survey from Pew Research Center found that 60% of remote workers would prefer to work from home all or most of the time after the pandemic.

64% of those surveyed said that they have a better work-life balance since they began working from home.

Reasons for the preference included a lack of childcare, relocation, and fear of exposure to Covid-19.

Do you work from home? Could you work remotely on a permanent basis?

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