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A Quarter of American Workers Are Already Back at the Office

Employers are hoping FOMO gets you to come in, too

An illustration with the Number Crunch logo next to an outline of 3 commercial buildings. The illustration appears next to the text “25%: The approximate share of white-collar workers in the U.S. that have resumed going to the office Source: The New York Times”

25%: That’s roughly how many employees in the U.S. are going into the office nowadays, according to data from Kastle Systems, an office security firm, cited by the New York Times.




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