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Remote Work Survey: Still Avoiding the Office? (Infographic)

Remote work, the trend that's taken the world by storm, has liberated millions from the shackles of cubicles and fluorescent lights since the beginning of the pandemic.

But how are things shaping up now? Aren’t we already annoyed by the (dis)comfort of our houses, coffee shops, or cottages? Are we as productive as we used to be in our cubicles?

To answer these questions and to shed a bit of natural light on the current state of work from home, we conducted an insightful survey "Beyond Remote Work".

We polled 577 workers all across the globe, between the ages 18 and 67, in job positions from interns to executives. And the results unveil the incredible rise of remote work and its undeniable impact on modern work culture.

Only a mere 9% of surveyed employees have no intentions to work remotely in the future. This effectively means that a staggering 91% either currently work from home or dream of a future with remote work!

From the love for cozy sofas through the allure of coffee shops to the offsite work challenges, discover what defines the remote work experience nowadays. Our captivating infographic has all the insights to keep you intrigued!

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  • Julia Gergelova, Professional Writer at Kickresume
  • Julia Gergelova
    Professional Writer
    Julia is a professional writer, translator and graphic designer. She holds degrees in translation and interpretation, and has international work experience from a number of different countries in Europe as well as China and Panama. Julia formerly taught academic writing and as a graphic designer contributed to outlets such as The Business of Business. She has a passion for lifelong learning and good coffee.

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