Working from home earns more than those who go to the office

Working Frome Home is an increasingly common practice. Freelancers do it, for the most part. But there are also employees who work from home one or two days a week. In fact, it has been demonstrated, it is possible to work even without being nailed to the office, guaranteeing the same (or a better) level of production. The benefits of agile work are many: it pollutes less (for commuting to work) and employees have more time for themselves.

Several studies have shown the benefits of smart working on the quality of life of workers, and even on performance: like that of Stanford University, which cites the experiment conducted among the employees of the call center of Ctrip, a Chinese travel agency with 16 thousand employees listed on Nasdaq, where it emerged that with smart working production had improved by 13%. In Italy, Ferrero has adopted agile work for 100 employees and  Microsoft Italy encourages it .

Working from home,  the reasons for success

To contribute to the cause of smart working comes the latest report from the  US Census Bureau, our Censis, which by crossing statistical data has shown that among the multiple benefits of working from home there would also be a heavier paycheck. According to the statistics office, they are the workers who have earned the best median wage in the past 12 months, with a salary of about 42,400 dollars. Their greatest earnings come from the fact that they do very well-paid jobs, with executive positions or related to the most advanced technologies. In the USA, smart working is an increasingly widespread choice: the number of remote workers has increased from 5.9 million to 8.3 million, for a percentage equal to 5.3% of the US workforce in particular finance, insurance, and real estate.

Working from home, how it works  in Europe

In the old continent, the percentage of workers who work from home differs from country to country. Among the nations where smart working is most widespread are the Netherlands (13.7%), followed by Luxembourg (12.7%) and Finland (12.3). Italy is positioned in the lower part of the ranking with a percentage of just under 4%. These numbers are growing, given that the percentage of those who work occasionally from home has grown significantly over time, from 7.7% in 2008 to 9.6% in 2017. In any case, this method mainly concerns self-employed professionals (the chooses 18.1% of the total), while for employees the share is just 2.8%. In our country, the freelancers who work from home are mostly VAT numbers, workers who work from home out of necessity.

Ok work from home, but then leave the house …

According to experts, good working practices are also nourished by dialogue and discussion. If you are a smart worker, whether you are satisfied or not, a good habit is to meet your customers as often as possible. In short, it is good to work from home, whether it is a necessity or a possibility offered by the employer, but it is also important to move.

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