The US is home to a vast workforce of people who work remotely, and while there are more than 7 million remote workers in the country, they make up only about 3% of all US workers.
The other 70% of workers, including many who work from home, are employed in traditional jobs.
And while those workers account for more than half of the US workforce, the job market for those working remotely is still in its infancy.
A recent survey conducted by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics found that nearly 2 in 5 Americans have been offered a job as a remote worker, a job that pays less than the full-time wage.
For those that do get a job, the average salary for a remote job is $22.53 per hour, according to a report by the Bureau of Labour Statistics.
That’s below the $29.77 average hourly wage for a full-timer in the US.
The survey found that more than 2.7 million people work from homes, with about 7% working remotely.
Many work from a mobile home, but also from homes that have mobile phones, tablets, computers, and televisions.
For example, a survey of nearly 700 people from the Bay Area found that 40% work from their own home.
The other 80% of people are employed at some sort of restaurant or restaurant service, such as delivery drivers, dishwashers, bartenders, and waiters.
Most of those workers are paid minimum wage and some receive overtime pay, but they also make tips that can add up to nearly $15 an hour.
Many of those employees have a variety of options to choose from, including job opportunities that require them to drive, install, maintain, or install electrical and other equipment.
Some people are also offered a variety from the local food market.
In addition, they can work from public transit and from offices or other buildings.
The report found that the average hourly salary for people working remotely in Hawaii is $26.80.
However, many workers who are offered jobs on a permanent basis are paid below the minimum wage, even at the minimum hourly rate.
For instance, an online survey of 3,500 people across the country found that 41% of those who were offered jobs were paid less than $15 per hour.
The study also found that almost 70% were willing to accept a $7.50 hourly wage, which is the lowest hourly rate available to most people working from home.
Some of those surveyed, however, were willing not to accept the hourly wage as part of a contract.
Many workers also have an option of working from their homes, such a bartenders and waitresses.
The median hourly wage paid to bartenders was $19.99 per hour and waitress was paid $12.99 an hour, the survey found.
The BLS report also found a large disparity between the amount of time people working at home earn compared to those working from a home.
For a typical two-person household, an employee working from the home earns on average $15.38 per hour compared to an employee who works from a regular home earning $19,746 per year.