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Study says that remote workers are happier and stay in jobs longer

Source | www.businessinsider.com | Brit Morse

In recent years, businesses increasingly have offered remote work arrangements to keep employees happy and productive. Now, a new study has quantified just how appreciative remote workers really are — and how much your company stands to benefit.

In recent years, businesses increasingly have offered remote work arrangements to keep employees happy and productive. Now, a new study has quantified just how appreciative remote workers really are — and how much your company stands to benefit.

In the study, released on Tuesday, full-time remote workers said they’re happy in their job 22% more than people who never work remotely. The reasons respondents said they decided to work remotely were better work-life balance (91%), increased productivity/better focus (79%), less stress (78%), and to avoid a commute (78%).

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