According to a recent study, remote work can save global commuters an average of 72 minutes a day. The study, conducted by researchers at the University of Texas at Austin, found that those who work remotely save an average of 72 minutes by avoiding the daily commute. This number is based on a survey of 1,000 workers in the US, UK, Germany, France, and India.
The study also found that remote work can help reduce stress levels, with one-third of respondents reporting increased well-being as a result of working from home. In addition, the study found that remote work can help improve work-life balance, with almost two-thirds of respondents reporting improved work-life balance as a result of remote work.
Overall, the study concluded that remote work can provide workers with significant time savings, improved well-being, and improved work-life balance. These benefits could lead to increased productivity and improved job satisfaction.