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Swansea workers hate working from home more than any other UK city, study says

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A perfect storm of emerging workplace technology, a global pandemic and a shift in attitude has transformed the perception of remote work.

But not everybody is loving the work-from-home revolution.

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Workers in Swansea show a 29.20%% negativity rate towards remote working, making it one of the biggest WFH hate hotspots in the UK.

That’s according to a study by Resume.io, who analyzed over 600,000 geotagged tweets to find where workers are most critical (and supportive) of remote work.

Here’s a look at the top 10 places that most hate working from home:

Why the hate? Well, a PwC study showed 11% of US workers would prefer to work full-time in the office, and 62% said they’d like to spend at least some time there.

Isolation, mental health and difficulty ring-fencing personal and professional lives are reasons why some dislike working remotely.

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