No one wants to go back to the office—or at least, not five days a week.
More than 90% of U.S. employees currently doing some remote work want the ability to stay virtual after the pandemic, and almost 40% would look for another job if their employer doesn’t offer the option, according to data from Gallup.
For those hunting for a job that will let them stay remote, job-search site FlexJobs on Monday released its ninth annual list of the companies that posted the most remote jobs over the past year. After nearly two years of pandemic-driven remote work, the list includes a record number of new companies and a substantial variety of titles, both signs the shift to hiring for remote-based jobs is here to stay.
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