If you are late for work because you are stuck on the road due to heavy rain, or waiting for a delayed train after a long and exhausting day at the office, you might imagine at that moment the working environment at least once or twice during those moments

For anyone who dreams of finding their dream job from home, building a business or startup without incurring headquarters and hiring, it's a great time to start. Remote work has become more popular and more attainable than ever before

In the United States alone, at least 43% of the workforce spends some time working remotely, and the percentage has increased steadily in recent years

What is teleworking

Remote Work refers to a function outside the company's own headquarters, sometimes called Telecommuting or Teleworking, and some are also called Working from Home

Work is done from anywhere in the world, no matter how close you are to your office, office or co-workers, you can work from your bedroom to your home and enjoy more flexibility within your residential space, which can help you be happier and more productive.

A large number of employers know that by allowing the flexibility and independence of teleworking, they help to create happier employees for their benefit

Companies that encourage and support teleworking often have high retention levels, low turnover, high employee satisfaction, increased productivity and independence, and many other benefits

Of course, there are a lot of benefits for remote workers as well, including better work-life balance, more control of the work environment, and the ability to prepare your own hot lunch in your own kitchen, to name but a few

But what comes to mind when you think of the work environment remotely from the inside

Buffer collaborated with Workfrom, Hubstaff, Doist and Trello to collect data from more than 1,900 people working remotely around the world to create the first report on the state of telecommuting. Of 2019

First report on the state of telecommuting for 2019
The first telecommuting work report for 2019, published by Workfrom and Hubstaff, included a survey of telecommuting workers from 90 countries: 48% in the United States, 6% in the United Kingdom, 6% In India, the rest 40% of 87 different countries

The software industry had the lion's share of 26%, followed by the IT industry and services by 20%. Then the marketing sector represents 19%, the education sector 5%, and the media and publishing sector 8%. While their previous job was 25% in marketing and 22% in engineering teams. Other types of work include design 10%, customer support 9%, operations 8%

Most of the respondents are 58% working remotely for a company within the company's team, while 28% are self-employed freelancers and 14% run their own businesses. Interestingly, 45% said they were self-employed in addition to their normal work

As for the period of time spent working according to this pattern, the most recent teleworkers surveyed were those who worked remotely for less than one year and accounted for 26% of the questionnaire responses. And telecommuting 23% of them for more than 5 years, 21% working distance for 1-2 years

First report on remote working conditions

The first telecommuting work report is made for 2018, and the report monitors the status of teleworking from the inside in numbers, by focusing several points