The stats about telecommuting are frequently quoted — more than 13 million U.S. workers (9.4 percent) worked at least one day at home per week in 2010, compared with 9.2 million, or seven percent of U.S. workers in 1997. And since 2012, there has been a 20 percent increase in telecommuting in the U.S. Why the demand? Why do 79 percent of employees want to work from home at least part-time?
Being Green is Always Good
You can use the time you would use commuting for other purposes it is no longer wasted.
In the last 10 years I have saved 5,200 hours by telecommuting.
My minimum commute time was 2 hours per work day.
Thats 10 hours in a 40 hour week. Or 520 Hours a year.
Home has my Fridge, Stove and Microwave.
Lots of variety.
Eliminates Road Rage.
Commuting is an uneeded stress in ones life.
Free Coffee at home
Allows One To Multitask and intersperse Child or Pet Care with work.
Way more productive at home than in a cube.
Lowered Vehicle Expenses
Eliminate Vehicle Expenses for Some