As Unemployment Rises, We Spend More Time Watching TV and Sleeping – WSJ.com

The survey also shows that more people are working from home, a reflection of how many people have turned to consulting and other at-home work in the face of a weak job market. Of the country’s estimated 108 million people who worked full- or part-time on an average day, some 23.9 million, or 23.6% of the total, worked at home last year. In 2007, 19.9% of all workers worked from home.

Huge surge in the SOHO market as the recession subsides and SMB 2.0 becomes the norm for small to medium sized organizations.

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