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According to a 2012 analysis of two nationally-representative datasets, "among telecommuters, the average number of hours spent telecommuting each week is relatively modest, approximately 6 hours per week ... But fully 67 percent (i.e., 4.17/6.20) of telecommuting hours in one dataset [the NLSY] and...

According to a 2012 analysis of two nationally-representative datasets, "among telecommuters, the average number of hours spent telecommuting each week is relatively modest, approximately 6 hours per week ... But fully 67 percent (i.e., 4.17/6.20) of telecommuting hours in one dataset [the NLSY] and almost 50 percent (i.e., 3.21/6.75) in the other dataset [CPS] occur in the overtime portion of the weekly hours distribution." (p. 40)

Noonan, M. C., & Glass, J. L. (2012). The hard truth about telecommuting. Monthly Labor Review, 2012(6), 38-45. Retrieved from http://www.bls.gov/opub/mlr/2012/06/art3full.pdf

We use two nationally representative data sources, the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY) 1979 panel (hereafter, noted as the NLSY) and special supplements from the U.S. Census Current Population Survey (CPS),

According to a 2009 WorldatWork report, "the number of Americans who worked from home or remotely at least one day per month for their employer ("employee telecommuters") increased from approximately 12.4 million in 2006 to 17.2 million in 2008. The rise in the number of telecommuters represents a two-year...

According to a 2009 WorldatWork report, "the number of Americans who worked from home or remotely at least one day per month for their employer ("employee telecommuters") increased from approximately 12.4 million in 2006 to 17.2 million in 2008. The rise in the number of telecommuters represents a two-year increase of 39 percent, and an increase of 74 percent since 2005." (p. 5)

WorldatWork. (2009). Telework trendlines 2009. Washington, DC: WorldatWork. Retrieved from http://www.workingfromanywhere.org/news/Trendlines_2009.pdf

Between Nov. 6, 2008, and Dec. 2, 2008, a random-digit dialed (RDD) telephone survey was conducted by The Dieringer Research Group with funding from WorldatWork, the Total Rewards Association. Interviews with 1,002 U.S. adults 18 years and older were conducted using computergenerated random-digit telephone lists.

According to a 2009 WorldatWork report, the percentage telecommuters that work remotely "almost every day" has dropped from 51% in 2006 to 40% in 2008. The percentage of telecommuters who indicate they work remotely at least one day per week has also dropped, but to a lesser extent (from 77% in 2006...

According to a 2009 WorldatWork report, the percentage telecommuters that work remotely "almost every day" has dropped from 51% in 2006 to 40% in 2008. The percentage of telecommuters who indicate they work remotely at least one day per week has also dropped, but to a lesser extent (from 77% in 2006 to 72% in 2008). (fig. 2, p. 7)

WorldatWork. (2009). Telework trendlines 2009. Washington, DC: WorldatWork. Retrieved from http://www.workingfromanywhere.org/news/Trendlines_2009.pdf

Between Nov. 6, 2008, and Dec. 2, 2008, a random-digit dialed (RDD) telephone survey was conducted by The Dieringer Research Group with funding from WorldatWork, the Total Rewards Association. Interviews with 1,002 U.S. adults 18 years and older were conducted using computergenerated random-digit telephone lists.

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