Remote Work Statistics
Since the first quarter of 2020 remote work started to gain more popularity. Moreover, this concept of work proved to be quite productive.
A study conducted by Stanford found, that the employees’ performance was boosted by 22% when they were able to work from home.
Remote workers are more productive because they have no commute, less or no office small talk, fewer distractions, more time for family, exercise, a higher quality of life, and better overall work-life balance leading to a higher level of job satisfaction.
Moreover, remote work allows a wider choice of employees when looking for employees. They don’t have to hire the local professionals and can recruit anywhere in the world, contributing greatly to the solutions of the skills mismatch and unemployment problems existing in today’s labor market.