Daily telecommuting dropped in the past decade (2000/01-2010/11) according to a recent survey in the Minneapolis-St. Paul region, but non-daily telecommuting (once a week or more, once a month or more) rose. In contrast, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics‘ Time Use Survey reports :
“In 2014, on days they worked, 23 percent of employed persons did some or all of their work at home, and 85 percent did some or all of their work at their workplace, … In 2003, the first year for which comparable data are available, 19 percent of employed persons did some or all of their work at home, and 87 percent did some or all their work at their workplace on days worked.”
From Levinson and Krizek (2015) The End of Traffic and the Future of Transport.
Figure 3.4 Source: Cao, Jason (2015) Telecommuting and its relationships with travel and residential choices: An exploration of the 2000 and 2010 regional travel surveys in the Twin Cities. (Working paper).