As telecommuting becomes an ever more integral part of the work environment, men are dominating the work-from-somewhere-else space.

Recent research supports the growing acceptance of telecommuting by employers. However, the skew toward male telecommuters uncovered by Flex+Strategy Group/Work+Life Fit Inc. may come as a surprise.

The study found that 31 percent of fulltime workers opt to telecommute at least part of the time. And of those, three-quarters are men, the study said.

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