Study Shows 15% Of Remote Workers Used Cannabis On the Job

Updated: Nov 16, 2021

A recent study found that 15% of remote workers worked under the influence of cannabis during the Covid-19 pandemic, citing benefits of added stress relief and an increase in productivity and creativity.


A recently released study of work habits during the COIVID-19 pandemic has revealed that 15% of remote employees have worked while high during the outbreak. The survey of remote employees, which was conducted by online cannabis resource AmericanMarijuana.org, found that employees who worked from home while under the influence of cannabis often reported reduced stress and increases in productivity and creativity.


To conduct the study, researchers interviewed 1,001 remote employees about their work habits and views on substance use in the virtual workplace. Among the survey’s respondents, 45.1% were women, 54.5% were men, and 0.4% were nonbinary, while the average age of those in the survey group was 37.8 years.


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(Source: Cannabis Now & American Marijuana)


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