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Remote workers split on whether they’d like to go back to the office

Remote workers in the US are split regarding whether they’d like to go back to the office.

Around 41% of new remote workers would like to go back after the lockdown, process pipeline management company Pipefy found.

Some 39% want to work remotely part-time, while 20% would like to work remotely full-time.

Of the people who took part in the survey, two thirds (66%) worked remotely for the first time.

When it comes to new remote workers, the majority (60%) found distractions to be the biggest challenge of working from home, with others finding (36%) keeping the worklife balance a big challenge.

However most were happy about having more family time (83%), as well as enjoying the flexibility (66%) of working from home.

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