Homeworking in UK more than doubles since 2019

Penny Horwood
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Homeworking in UK more than doubles since 2019

In a roundup of the latest data and analysis on the UK economy, business and jobs, the ONS confirms that remote and hybrid working has increased everywhere, but regional differences remain in terms of the extent and type of the increase.

The Office for National Statistics released new data this week showing that the percentage of UK workers who worked from home increased by 108.8% between the last calendar quarter of 2019 and the f...

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