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Most US Workers Would Take Pay Cut to Work From Home, Poll Shows
55% of fully remote US workers say they're willing to take a pay cut to keep working from home, a poll from The Washington Post and Ipsos finds.
The study polled 1,148 full-time and part-time workers between the ages of 18 to 64 to understand their attitudes toward commuting and offices in an almost entirely digital work landscape.
Out of the 188 fully remote workers polled, over half (55%) said they would happily take a lower-paying job to keep working from home. 45% of the fully remote workers also said however that they're open to commute if they were offered a higher-paying job.
And unsurprisingly, 71% of workers aged 18-26 say working from home is their top priority when it comes to looking for their next job.
The bottom line is that well over half of the US workforce values...