Teleworking has fallen to 12.5% ​​in 2022 in Spain, falling 1.1 percentage points compared to 2021, with 2,563,000 people working remotely at the end of last year, according to the report ‘Flash data on teleworking 2022’ from the National Observatory of Technology and Society (ONTSI), attached to the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation.

Thus, teleworking has fallen for both men and women, and currently 12.6% of women work remotely, 1,191,000 workers, compared to 12.5% ​​of men, with 1,372,000 workers.

In addition, regular teleworking, which is carried out for more than half of the working days, has fallen from 7.9% to 6.4%, going from 1,587,000 people to 1,311,000 today.

On the other hand, occasional remote work, which is carried out less than half of the working days, has grown to 6.1%, reaching 1,252,000 people.

The report points out that self-employed workers almost triple the number of employees in teleworking, with 26.4% of the former compared to 10% of the latter. Even so, there is a decrease in habitual and occasional teleworking for both.

By age, workers between 35 and 54 years old are the ones who telework the most (13.5%), followed by those aged 55 and over (12.1%) and people between 25 and 34 years old, with 11, 9% The youngest, between 16 and 24 years old, are at 6.1%.

For its part, the Community of Madrid heads the list of autonomous communities where remote work is carried out the most, with 19.1% of the population, followed by Catalonia (14.1%) and the Valencian Community (11.9% ).