NEW JERSEY – New Jersey is the 5th best state for working from home, according to a study done by WalletHub.
With 12.7% of full-time employees now working entirely from home and another 28.2% having a hybrid schedule, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on the Best States for Working from Home.
To identify which states are most conducive to working from home, WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 12 key metrics. The data set ranges from the share of workers working from home to internet cost and cybersecurity.
They also considered factors like how large and how crowded homes are in the state. Together, these metrics show how feasible working from home is in terms of cost, comfort and safety.
Working from Home in New Jersey (1=Best, 25=Avg.):
- 21st – Share of Population Working from Home
- 11th – Share of Potential Telecommuters
- 4th – Households’ Internet Access
- 21st – Average Home Square Footage
- 26th – Cybersecurity
- 18th – Internet Cost
- New Jersey
Here are the top 5 worst states to work from home:
- North Dakota
For the full report, click here.