Work/Life Balance – a TUP/Technology User Profile Highlights Report (available now)
Before the 2020-2021 global pandemic, most workers around the world had used their personal tech devices to do at least some work from home. But the pandemic has accelerated a digital transformation that is still unfolding. Workers and their companies around the world have had to adjust to a new reality: how to remain productive while working within the limits that the pandemic has placed on society. Often, that means working more and more from home, using either their own personal tech devices or those provided by their employers.
This report examines which online adults are working from home and which are not, who they are, who they work for, and how they use technology to do their jobs. The report also examines how the rates of working from home vary by country. In addition to the US, the report includes Germany, the UK, China, and Japan.
Work/Life Balance – a TUP/Technology User Profile Highlights Report
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Mobile Phones – a TUP/Technology User Profile Highlights Report (available soon)
Mobile Phones – a TUP/Technology User Profile Report
Smartphones have become an essential companion to millions, going well beyond being used as a voice phone. There are numerous online adults not using a smartphone and using other devices to communicate and create. Many adults use a basic cell phone – a feature phone – and using PCs or tablets for email, shopping, and other activities. Also, a substantial number of smartphone users are only using a fraction of their smartphone’s capabilities while others have adopted theirs as their primary connected device.
This report examines mobile phone users and details who uses which type, brand, and carrier of mobile phone. The report also examines how the results vary by country. In addition to the US, the report includes Germany, the UK, China, and Japan.
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