66% of employees in the U.S. are working from home

In a report on the state of remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic, Clutch found that nearly half of U.S. workers are remotely working five days a week. Collaboration is a top challenge.

Just how many workers are working from home during the COVID-19 crisis?

According to data from Clutch, the number is around two-thirds of respondents. Only 17% of workers were remote five days a week before the crisis. Now 44% say they are working remotely for the entire work week.

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Collaboration is the top challenge for workers who log on remotely (33%). Interruptions and a lack of routine are second and third, respectively.

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