Despite COVID restrictions lifting in more states, fewer people are returning to the office.
Data tracker Kastle Systems looked at ten large cities and found a little more than 26% of workers are going back to a physical office.
Cities in Texas are above the average while New York City and San Francisco are below.
Analysts say businesses like restaurants and shops are dependent on office workers and that numbers will likely rise as more people get vaccinated.
Still, some companies may keep employees working remotely even after the pandemic.
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