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While many workers are toiling from home during COVID-19, not every occupation was accustomed to remote work before the pandemic.

Looking at office-using occupations across the 35 largest US MSAs, Cushman & Wakefield found that the highest rates of remote work were found among the advertising (14.4%), art and design (17.7%) and media occupations (22.1%). Sales professionals also had higher work from home rates compared to other occupations. Eighteen percent of sales professionals for the real estate industry report mostly working from home, though that percentage is probably higher among residential real estate professionals.

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