Here’s an interesting report. Contrary to popular belief, the majority of workers under the age of 35 actually prefer office life to working remotely.
This is according to Maintel, who polled 1,000 employed adults in the UK, aged 18 or over.
Maintel says there might be a couple of reasons behind this conclusion. One of them is that the younger workforce needs face-to-face support of experienced workers. It backs such claims up by the fact that among the older workforce (55 and above), just 19 per cent prefer office life to remote work, and that 28 per cent said it was challenging to find other colleagues or managers when working remotely.