Sunday Citizen compiled facts and statistics on how remote work has affected sleep using 2020 data from health news publications, scientific journals, and surveys that look into the effects of remote work on different aspects of life.
10 ways remote work has affected sleepUpdated
At least 30% of all workers transitioned to remote work in 2020Updated
Some parents combined work with child care, resulting in less time for sleepUpdated
Remote work blurred the lines between having a workplace and a place to restUpdated
Pressure at work and poor sleep can negatively impact each otherUpdated
Too much news and technology consumption can keep people from falling asleepUpdated
Less commuting time and more independence have improved sleep quality in some peopleUpdated
Over 50% of people surveyed want to continue working from home post COVID-19 outbreaksUpdated
‘Zoom fatigue’ is not as prevalent as it may seem ...Updated
… but increased screen time can have negative effects on sleep qualityUpdated
Lack of leisure activities can also negatively affect sleepUpdated
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