U.S. Survey of Working Arrangements and Attitudes (SWAA)

Next data release Wednesday, 5 October 2022

The Survey of Working Arrangements and Attitudes (SWAA) is a monthly survey of between 2,500 to 5,000 US residents aged between 20 and 64 who earned $10,000+ in 2019.

 

To download the latest version of our time series data that track the extent of working from home and employer plans for working from home after COVID in Excel format, please click here.

 

Interested researchers may also access the survey’s anonymized microdata by creating an account below.

 

In a typical month, we release an updated microdata and code file on the 5th day of the month, which includes data from all waves of the SWAA starting in May 2020 up to the most recent month. 

When using our data please cite:

Barrero, Jose Maria, Nicholas Bloom, and Steven J. Davis, 2021. “Why working from home will stick,” National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper 28731.

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