More Malaysians working from home than global average, survey finds

PETALING JAYA: More Malaysians are working from home in the current Covid-19 pandemic compared with the global average, a survey revealed.

Market research firm Ipsos, in its latest study on the pandemic's effect on the country’s workforce, revealed that 65% of Malaysians are claiming to be working from home, compared with 52% of the global average.

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