Almost half (45 percent) of people in the U.S. who work remotely do so regularly from a couch, while 38 percent work from their bed and 20 percent perform their duties outside, according to a survey by home-improvement marketing firm CraftJack.

In addition, 35 percent have worked from a closet and 19 percent do so regularly, the research found.

These improvised workspaces persist even as 91 percent of respondent made efforts to improve their work area during the pandemic, spending an average of $282 on it, the study said.

The survey polled 1,520 Americans in June who worked entirely or primarily from home.

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