46+ Remote Working Statistics in 2021
by David Morelo,
Staying up to date with the latest remote working statistics is essential for any business in 2021.
2020 surprised us with a global pandemic which meant that more people than ever before are having to embrace remote working. Organizations are finding ways to offer remote working options to their employees, and employees are learning a new way of life.
I’ve been lucky to work remotely for a while now; prior to that, I was stuck in a 9-5 rut, in an office environment. Whilst that may suit some people, it didn’t work for me. I took the bull by the horns and created an environment that made me more effective, and happier.
Many people are now discovering the benefits of working remotely, all around the world. Workers are able to see more of their families, live wherever they want, and offer companies a more diverse range of employees. In fact, self-employment is on the rise due to the Coronavirus outbreak, meaning more people are working from home, figuring out ways to find new clients to sustain their new lifestyle.
Understandably, there may be questions or scepticism around the working from home concept. Managers may wonder what their employees are up to, and employees may struggle to understand how they are going to communicate with their colleagues.
I’m going to highlight some interesting and important statistics for remote working in 2021. These should give you a good idea as to how remote working works, the benefits it offers, and why so many people are taking advantage of remote working opportunities.
1. Remote Working Job Types
2. Remote Working Growth
3. Remote Working Productivity
4. Remote Working Earnings
5. Employer Benefits
6. Remote Working Opportunities
7. Worldwide Stats
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