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: