A Quarter Of American Workers Will Be Remote By 2025

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According to experts, nearly a quarter of american workers will be remote by 2025

Upwork released the results of their Future Workforce Pulse Report, a survey that examines the hiring habits and sentiment of over 1,000 U.S. hiring managers.

The findings reveal that by 2025, 36.2 million workers in the United States will be working remotely, an 87% percent increase from pre-pandemic levels.

Another report mentions that 65% of Americans book hotel rooms to use them as their workspace one to four times a month. 51% of digital nomads prefer to stay at hotels. In fact, 24 million Americans plan to become digital nomads in the next 2–3 years.

A recent survey by Passport Photo Online revealed that 41% of remote workers want to do their job outside the home. This presents a unique challenge for remote workers.

Other key findings of the Upwork study include that companies say remote work is getting easier, not harder, as time goes on!

68 percent of hiring managers say remote work is going more smoothly now than when their company first made the shift at the start of the pandemic.


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