Younger people more productive working in office setting, survey suggests

Those aged 18 to 24 also reported greater difficulties with switching off compared to those over 35, research from iReach shows

Work habits have also changed since the pandemic, according to the survey, with nearly half of Irish adults now reliant on their smartphones more than in pre-pandemic times. Picture: Getty

Two thirds of young people are more productive in the office compared to working from home, according to new research from Samsung.

A survey of 554 Irish adults, conducted by iReach for the electronics company, showed 65 per cent of 18 to 24-year-olds stated they are more productive when they’re in the office.

The older the worker, the more productive they are at home, the results indicated. Less than a third (31 per cent) of ...