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The Work-From-Bed Revolution, by the Numbers

For many American remote workers, the ‘home office’ consists of a mattress and pillows

8.8% — Percentage of Americans who report working most or all of their workweek from bed since the pandemic began.
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8.8%: That’s how many people reported working 24 to 40+ hours a week from bed since the pandemic began, according to a survey of more than 1,000 Americans by Tuck Sleep, a research firm that…




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