Home Based Workers In the USA [Infographic]

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Do you work from home? If so then you aren't alone according to the US Census Bureau. The following graphic reveals some of the interesting data findings from the research. See More Census Bureau report http://bit.ly/lbszoct5h)

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Home Based Workers In the USA [Infographic]

  1. 1. Home Based Workers In The USADo you work from home? If so then you arent alone according to the US Census Bureau. A new report finds that about 10% of the people thatwork exclusively from home are 65 and older; workers in computer, engineering, and science related jobs are the fastest growing segment ofhome workers! (See Census Bureau report http://bit.ly/homework2010)The number of people who worked at home at least one 5.8 million or 4.3 percent of the U.S. workforceday per week increased from 9.5 million in 1999 to 13.4 worked the majority of the week at home in 2010 million in 2010 Boulder, Colo., metropolitan area had among the Mondays and Fridays were the most popular highest percent of workers who worked from home days to work at home for those who work both most of the week with 10.9 percent at home and at another locationGovernment workers saw the largest increase in home- Other home worker "hotspots" include Medford, based work over the last decade Ore., Santa Fe, N.M., Kingston, N.Y. and Santa Rosa-Petaluma, Calif Median household income was significantly higher for mixed workers at $96,300, compared with $74,000 for home workers and $65,600 for onsite workers. U.S. Census Bureau Report - Home-Based Workers in the United States: 2010

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