Survey Finds the Biggest Stressors as People Adapt to Working Remotely

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While working from home can be nice every now and then, when it becomes the new normal, it can be a little bit of an adjustment. Add closed daycares and schools to mix and that little adjustment becomes a big adjustment. Americans everywhere are trying to navigate new working conditions as we work together to slow the spread of COVID-19. Now, a survey is finding out what the biggest stressors for Americans working from home have become.

The survey was conducted by from G&S Business Communications between Friday, March 20 and Saturday, March 21, using data from a sample pool of 1,080 adults aged 18 and over. The sample was balanced for age and gender using the Census Bureau’s data to reflect the demographic composition of the United States. The survey found that 26 percent of Americans who previously worked in a physical location were now working from home, 27 percent continued to go…

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