Most teleworkers want to work from home post-COVID
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Most Hungarians working from home because of the pandemic want to continue the practice after the crisis, too, a survey by Reacty Digital shows, according to a report by state news wire MTI.
The representative survey of 1,000 people showed 96% of those already telecommuting at least one day a week want to continue working from home after the pandemic.
About 31% said they would prefer telecommuting five days a week, 16% had a preference for three days, and 15% for two days.
Some 32% of telecommuters said they had no workplace stress, compared to just 18% of people who couldn't work from home.
Approximately 37% of Hungarians working full or part time had the chance to telecommute when the survey was conducted at the end of January.
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