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Percent of employed people who worked at home and at their workplace on days worked

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Percent of employed people who worked at home and at their workplace on days worked, 2019 annual averages
Status Percent who worked at workplace Percent who worked at home

Total

81.9% 23.7%

Full-time workers

83.1% 23.8%

Part-time workers

76.1% 23.3%

Single jobholders

82.9% 21.9%

Multiple jobholders

74.0% 37.5%

Less than a high school diploma

89.4% 10.1%

High school graduates, no college

89.2% 15.5%

Some college or associate degree

81.8% 19.4%

Bachelor's degree or higher

73.8% 37.2%

Note:
Data for educational attainment refer to persons 25 years and over.
Work at home refers to both scheduled and unscheduled work done at home.