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Why rising electricity bills will kill in work from home dream

The average British worker goes to office just one and half days a week, according to consulting firm Advanced Workplace Associates. The average attendance was just 29 per cent in UK offices, his research found.

Office in London for National statistics reported that 37 percent of professionals in the capital continued to stay away from office in July. Before the pandemic, only 14% of Londoners worked remotely.

Remote workers use additional 75 percent gas per day in winter and 25 percent more electricity than those who go to office five days a week, according to Uswitch estimates.

Everyday use of household appliances when working from home Can add up put forward hundreds of bills of pounds higheranalysis has found.

Boil the kettle three times day will be add £8 per month on electricity bills or £100 per month. yearunder the energy of October price cap, calculated based on on figures from Citizens Advice.

Similarly, launching the desktop computer for eight hours day will be cost £35.68 per month. Using the oven to cook dinner add £23.42 towards monthly bills.

Despite returning to office could mean an increase in travel costs, employees will probably still be better off off for 1500 pounds.

Average trip to car costs £1,006 per year year, latest prices of pumps from RAK show. It’s based on the average daily commute is 5,040 miles per year. yearaccording to research from comparison site Confused.com.

Typical car in United Kingdom runs 38.8 mpg, data research NimbleFins has found. Renny Biggins, of trade group This is reported by the Investment and Savings Alliance. rise in electricity bills will be even higher news for those who work from home.

Even if it costs an extra £700 a year. year to work from home basic rate the taxpayer will need to earn almost £900 a year year more just to cover the cost he calculated.

“Even with the high cost of fuel and trains, this can prove more cost efficiently pay any transportation costs and work in warm office,” he said.

Higher electricity bills can help a little of Top employers in the UK who tried to lure workers back to office as well as in some cases of issuing return mandates.

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Adrian Ovalle
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