As coronavirus forces millions to work remotely, the US economy may have reached a 'tipping point' in favor of working from home

Social distancing regulations to combat the coronavirus outbreak are forcing millions of Americans to work remotely. However, working at home has been a trend on the rise. Regular work from home has grown 173% since 2005, according to Global Workplace Analytics, which found that companies save an average of $11,000 per year per employee who works remotely part-time.

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