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Why are so many people 'fake commuting'?

One of the key benefits of working remotely for many is the redundancy of the dreaded daily commute.

Prior to COVID, the average commuting time was just over 58 minutes according to the TUC, meaning that the vast majority of workers put in nearly two hours of each day just to travel to and from work via packed trains, slow-moving traffic or on foot.

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