Survey Stats Reveal Why Creative People Benefit from a Mixed Working Schedule

by | Oct 30, 2022

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A recent survey conducted by Embryo has revealed that over 30% of full-time UK employees are working a hybrid working schedule. In the midst of the Covid-19 and Cost of Living crisis, this comes as no surprise with more businesses wanting to incorporate this work schedule to help support employees during the winter months. 

Findings also show that Marketing, Advertising and PR is one of the most popular industries in the UK to be working a hybrid working model in the UK, as data analysts revealed that people in digital marketing value having social interactions with work colleagues. 

According to digital agency Embryo, over a quarter of people in full-time employment in London (36.21%) are working a mixed working schedule days during the week working at home and in the office – which is followed closely by South West (35.33%).

In East Anglia, 30.19% of full-time employees are working a hybrid work schedule. Elsewhere, 29.46% in the South East and 27.18% in the North West. 


With percentages showing increases in businesses across the country adopting a hybrid working schedule. The Manchester-based agency wanted to find out which sectors in the UK have incorporated this working schedule since offices across the country reopened post-pandemic. 

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