Gensler’s US Work From Home Survey 2020 Briefing

June 15, 2020
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Gensler’s US Work From Home Survey 2020 Briefing

Only 12% of U.S. workers want to work from home full-time. Most want to return to the workplace, but with critical changes.

The lessons learned from the experience of working from home during COVID-19 offer an unprecedented opportunity to rethink the future of the physical workplace. Only one in ten U.S. office workers had worked from home regularly before this experience, and less than a third had the choice to work from home. While many of the effects of COVID-19 on the workplace are still unfolding, some points are emerging clearly from our data:

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