Young man working late Fifteen percent of remote workers didn't take any days off in the last year, and almost half took only a week or less off. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Although many employees found they enjoyed working remotely during the pandemic, their newfound freedom has come at a cost. The average remote worker lost an estimated $9,800 in delayed or denied promotions, more than half feel burned out on a weekly basis and one-third plan to change careers or seek a new job in the next six months.

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