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We’ve synthesized information from thousands of studies on telecommuting and related topics. We interviewed dozens of work-at-home enthusiasts and challengers including researchers, Fortune 500 executives, virtual employers, freelance job boards, traditional job boards (such as Career Builder and Monster), venture capitalists who support the remote work model, and dozens of home-based workers themselves in a wide variety of professions.
We’re happy to share our research with writers and reporters, bloggers, and other researchers. If you’re a student working on a paper, thesis, or dissertation, you’ll find what you need by searching this site; we aren’t going to do your homework for you. Below are summary pages / press releases about what we’ve learned. For more information, to schedule an interview, or to request custom research, please email kate–at-globalworkplaceanalytics-dot–com. When you write, let us know what organization you represent, the reason for your interest, and how you intend to use the data. We’ll help if we can.
Based on data from EPA, Census, and a number of other sources, we’ve also built a telework savings model that shows if the 50 million Americans who could work at home did so 2.5 days a week (the national average), we could cut our Gulf Oil Dependence by 60%, save $40 billion at the pumps, and reduce greenhouse gases by 78 million metric tons each year. What’s more, by avoiding the commute, employees would gain back 2.5 weeks of wasted time each year.
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