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Do Software Engineers Prefer to Work Remotely in 2024? A Deep Dive

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  • Author Bio: Radhika Vyas

    Radhika Vyas

    Radhika is a Content Writer who enjoys learning new things and writing about them. You can almost always find her with her adorable Labrador retriever, Cooper if she isn't spending time with her friends and family.

Frequently Asked Questions

YES. In this post covid world, companies have realized that programmers working from home have not only benefitted the employees but also the company. They don’t have to spend money on infrastructure, rent, equipment, etc.

Surprisingly, on accounts on various surveys, it has been found that more than 80% of software engineers are working remotely. The number has dramatically changed post covid where earlier it was closer to just 20%.

Working remotely has many benefits for the employee as well as the company. Employees have more flexibility in their work, can spend more time with their family, enjoy good mental health, etc, while the company doesn’t have to spend money on infrastructure, rent, equipment, etc.

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