Did we heard the phrase virtual working? For some, this means way more business travel, though less instances.
Call them extreme commuters: Corporate trekkers..who hop a jet each week, call a hotel room or part-time apartment home and see their families on weekends. Or there’s the daily-grind version: Workers who hit the road before sunrise and spend almost as much time getting to and from the office — five days a week — as they spend behind their desks.
The number of Americans with marathon commutes is on the rise, particularly following a debilitating recession that has pummeled employment and the housing sector, a recent report on the nation’s “super commuting” trend finds.
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