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The True Cost of Your Commute Is Retiring a Millionaire

Companies who don’t allow remote work are saving billions of dollars by costing their employees long-term wealth.

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The American commute is the worst it’s been. More of us than ever are commuting at least 90 minutes one-way, and our average commute time as a nation is one hour per day.




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