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The Telecommuter: An Analysis of the World's Remote Workforce

The TELECOMMUTER AN ANALYSIS OF THE WORLD’s REMOTE WORKFORCE From WORLDWIDE 10% Of the nearly twenty percent of global workers that telecommute, nearly ten percent work from home every day. 20% 43% Twenty percent of the global workforce telecommutes Forty-three percent of employees surveyed said they work remotely more often than 2 to 3 years ago. 84% Of all teleworkers worldwide, 84% telework at least once per month In The UNITED STATES 26,200,000 77% Seventy-seven percent of companies with more than 2,500 employees allow remote working 39% As of 2010, 26.2 million Americans, nearly 20% of the U.S. adult working population, telework Thirty-nine percent of companies with fewer than five employees offer the same option. PUBLIC SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR 24% 30% Out of 684,000 federal employees deemed eligible for telework, twenty-four percent are currently teleworking Percent of U.S. private sector workers who telecommute could reach thirty percent by 2019 The The PERKS PITFALLS 43% 13 out of 14 common workplace problems occur more frequently when employees are in different locations. 89% Of people who work at home, forty-three percent admit to watching a movie or TV while they're "working" 60% of polled respondents consider the opportunity to work remotely as 1 of 3 main perks (along with salary and reputation) Use of computer security-monitoring programs will rise from fewer than 10% now to 60% by 2015. 20% Of people who work at home, twenty percent admit to playing video games while they are "working" 10% Out of 950 tech professionals polled, just over 1/3 of them would accept a 10% pay cut if they could work from home full time SOURCES: WORLDATWORK.ORG, THOMASNET, THE HUFFINGTON POST, BIZ JOURNALS, MASHABLE BUSINESS, GLOBAL WORKPLACE ANALYTICS, THE INDUSTRIALISTS, ECOCONSULTANCY, BUSINESSWEEK, BUSINESS BRIEF, THE AMERICAN PROSPECT COURTESY OF Www.MYSAMMY.COM, THE PRODUCTIVITY MEASUREMENT SOLUTION. ...

The Telecommuter: An Analysis of the World's Remote Workforce

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An analysis of the perks and cons of and the global reach of telecommuting worldwide.




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