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Employees and their bosses in the U.S. agree that productivity has increased since people began working at home early last year because of the pandemic, a survey by freelancing platform Upwork found.

About 60 percent of employees polled said productivity had risen with remote work, while 13 percent disagreed, according to the March 2021 survey. A third of hiring managers said that overall productivity had climbed since last April, while about 23 percent felt it had declined.

In addition, the study showed that workers who commuted by car prior to the pandemic each saved about $4,350 in the past year because they did not have to commute to the office.

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