It’s well known how the pandemic has spawned a societal movement toward working from home (WFH). However, the financial expenses involved in this push towards remote work are far less documented.
That’s why Business.org surveyed 700 employed Americans to gauge the cost differences between WFH versus commuting to an office.
Out of these 700 people, we discovered:
- 28% (196 people) work exclusively from home
- 24% (168 people) work exclusively from an office
- 48% (336 people) work a hybrid model (both home and office)
So, is it cheaper to work in a traditional office or at home? Let’s find out.