Those working from home can likely agree on one thing: they do not miss the daily commute.
Without the added traffic, Americans have saved a lot of time and money.
According to a new survey from SWNS Digital, the average person has saved about 252 hours of their life by working from home and avoiding the work commute.
Of the 2,000 surveyed who have been working remotely during the pandemic, 80% of people surveyed said they've put the extra time to good use by accomplishing more in a single day. The activities included exercising more, doing chores, and learning new skills.
53% of people cited being able to email/instant message instead of talking as a confidence booster. The other comforts included wearing comfortable clothing and Googling without being seen.
Additionally, 65% say they feel fulfilled in the career for the first time.