A survey by CareerBuilder demonstrates the advantages of remote employment—RESULTS
A recent CareerBuilder demonstrates the advantages. A poll shows that 69 percent of working people. The United States sees remote employment favorably. Over three-fifths (61%) of workers say. They work better remotely than at their company’s physical office.
77% of employed job searchers place at least some significance on it. 21% stated they had considered the option of remote work when considering job possibilities. It is extremely crucial when determining whether it suits a post for them. Most employed individuals choose remote work over other benefits. such as promotion opportunities (34%), job stability (33%), and a better fit with the business culture (33%). (24 percent).
According to Susan Arthur, of CareerBuilder, “This research shows that job searchers and workers recognize. The benefits of a dynamic work environment and that this sort of flexibility has become a priority for their present and future jobs.” Employers who provide a work-from-home or remote option are presently drawing seven times. As many candidates as those who do not.
Additional survey results include:
- 79 percent of respondents believe a remote work option is essential in today’s workforce.
- 40 percent feel happier, 37 percent feel more productive;
- Two-thirds of working individuals (67%) would want to work remotely at least three days per week, while 28% would prefer to work remotely full-time; and
- In fact, 38% of employees and 51% of Millennials said they would resign if they couldn’t work remotely.
- Only 29% of employed individuals believe that remote work makes cooperation difficult and frightening, 23% feel alone, and 18% feel unsupported.