Most Americans want to work from home after the pandemic, and many would consider a move to more comfortably do so.
SEATTLE, May 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ —
About two-thirds of Zillow survey respondents say they’re working from a room that’s not a dedicated home office.
Most Americans working from home say they’d consider a move if allowed to work remotely long-term, and many of those have a dedicated office — or at least more space to help find a quiet spot to work — at the top of their wish list.
Listings mentioning a home office have jumped about 10% since April 2019.
The sudden and unexpected shift to remote work for many Americans has put a premium on walls, doors and extra space as millions search for a quiet and comfortable place to work. A new survey from Zillow® found a majority are making do without a dedicated home office for now, and many say they’ll consider a move to a home with more space if working remotely becomes a long-term reality.
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