Recent studies in New York City indicate that just 8% of office workers are back in the office full-time (i. e.-5 days a week), while 28% are working fully remotely.
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100% remote baby and loving it. Though I secured a 100% remote job (FROM HELL) 6 months before the pandemic hit. My position did not exist pre-pandemic, so I am thankful to have it now and thankful to be away from the devil agency I was at before.
We did work remotely a lot during the height of lockdowns, and had scheduled lab time at the office so only 2 people were in the lab at any one time, a researcher and a lab tech. We're now back to normal working practices in the office for a couple of months now.
I'm working from my home office, still... it is convenient for me
however, the workers on-site have been there for the most part, as it is actually needed
I'll fucking fight to stay WFH. I was hired on the basis that I'd work remotely.
There's nothing I can't do remote, and removing the lease of the office buildings my org uses would let us hire some much needed talent and STILL save money.
I teach at a local college and I taught half a semester remotely. It was not very beneficial to the students.
One week one day at the office, the next week two days at the office.
I never did work from home. I went into work over the last 2 plus years of this pandemic.
Kinda hard to work construction remotely. Just as well, I can’t get anything done at home
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My job is a hybrid remote position. When I first started, I had an office and was expected to be there 5 days per week but thanks to COVID, my company sent us all home. We have adjusted some but we still aren't back in the office full-time. I currently work in the office two days and at home three days each week.