Flexible Working Leads to Longer Working Week for Wi-Fi Users

­The ability to work remotely is leading to longer working hours according to a survey by Wi-Fi access provider, iPass.

The report found that 60 percent of mobile employees reported 50 to 60 hour-plus work weeks that also include weekend days as the most popular time to work remotely.

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I am currently doing work experience at Penta Consulting as a marketing assistant. I contribute to the blog and help the company with the social media side of the business.


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