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Americans Would Take an 8% Pay Cut if They Could Work From Home

Some are even willing to part with 21% of their pay. If you would take a pay cut for the option to work at home, you aren’t alone. Workers, on average, are willing to take an 8% pay cut if they could work from home, according to a working paperby Harvard’s Amanda Pallais and Princeton’s...
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