The report was based on data from a survey conducted in April 2022 among 12,455 respondents from around the world.
People who come into the office 100% of the time give their work happiness a score of 5.9, on average, on a 1 (unhappy) to 10 (happy) scale. In contrast, people who spend 100% of their time working remotely give their work happiness a score of 7.04, on average.
People who have had their ability to work remotely reduced the most since the peak of the pandemic tend to report the lowest work happiness scores.
The researchers found the happiness of Millennials tends to increase the most vs. other generations as a result of working remotely.
The researchers found employee happiness tends to decrease significantly if commute times go beyond 60 minutes.
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey conducted in April 2022 among 12,455 respondents from around the world.
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