Michigan workers operating from home are spending an average of 1.8 hours per week resolving technological issues, according to a new survey.
Ezvid Wiki, a video, software and media company, surveyed 4,020 American workers about their working-from-home experience. The results showed 25% of Michigan employees reported regular technology problems. The number is lower than the reports from Maine, where the survey found that 63% of workers have frequent tech issues, but higher than the 8% the survey found in California.
In terms of time spent fixing the issues, Michigan’s number is not as high as Minnesota’s, where the survey says workers are spending 2.9 hours a week correcting problems. But the survey found that workers in Alaska, North Dakota, Rhode Island and Vermont spend only 25 minutes per week fixing tech issues.