Work Trends � Nothing But Net: American Workers and the Information Economy A joint project of the University of Connecticut�s Center for Survey Research and Analysis and the State University of New Jersey�s John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers. This (February 2000) study looks at what Americans think about the impact of the high-tech revolution on their lives, their jobs, their workplaces and more. Despite widespread use of computers during the workday (68%), the study reports American workers have a strong desire to use the computer for additional applications, with one of the most attractive being the option to telecommute. Among the findings:

Of workers who believe they could perform their job as a telecommuter: