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Majority of U.S. employees say remote work options impact job offer decisions: report
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A new report found that a majority of U.S. workers have cited remote work as a major factor in their job consideration.
The data from Employ Inc. found that 65% of workers said that remote work or work-from-home (WFH) options impacted their decision to accept or reject a job offer. As many as 40% of respondents said they would take lower pay if it meant working remotely.
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"In this employee-driven market, recruiters and employers must quickly adapt to the current reality of talent acquisition to remain competitive in today’s labor market," said Pete Lamson, CEO of Employ. "This includes creating workplaces that align with jobseekers’ needs, while also leveraging the right systems, tools, skills, and channels to effectively grow their organizations."