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Only 32% of U.S. workers want a fully remote schedule, according to the latest American Staffing Association Workforce Monitor survey. Meanwhile, 39% prefer hybrid and 29% prefer a full return to office.

Baby Boomers (37%) are most likely to prefer fully remote work, followed by Gen X (33%), Millennials (31%), and then Gen Z (26%). Workers with children (46%) are more likely to prefer a hybrid schedule than workers without children (35%). In any case, most (57%) employees would not be willing to trade monetary compensation for the opportunity to work remotely.

In addition, 43% of workers said they’re burnt out. “With more than four in 10 Americans reporting suffering from burnout, employers need to continue to focus on raising employee engagement levels, which includes providing programs to address mental well-being and stress,” Richard Wahlquist, chief executive officer at the ASA, said in a press release. “As organizations navigate the future of the workplace, the most successful ones will embrace workplace flexibility and focus on creating strong employee-centric cultures.”