A new report from disability insurance company Breeze shows that 15% of workers would take a 25% pay cut if that meant they were offered full-time remote work.
The survey of 1,000 American workers from various states revealed that employees would be willing to give up several work-related perks to gain more remote working capabilities.
Aside from paycuts, 40% of workers stated they would give up health insurance benefits and around half said they give up social media for a year.
Even more surprisingly, 34% of respondents said they would give up their right to vote if they could work remotely. This makes it evident that the desire for remote working has never been higher.
“It’s clear employers will need to incorporate remote work to some degree — not only to attract the best candidates, but also to retain current employees,” the report stated.