Working from home in Croatia is way below the European Union average making up a mere 1.4 percent of the working population. The Netherlands leads the way with 14 percent working from home, whilst the EU average is 5.2 percent.
When it comes to working from home Croatia has the fourth least amount of people, with only 1.4 percent, with only Cyprus, Romania and Bulgaria having less stay at home employees. Whilst the global trend is for more and more employees to work from home Croatia still has a lot of catching up to do.
After the Netherlands the top three of stay at home workers was made up by Finland with 13.3 percent and Luxembourg with 11 percent.
Working from home across the European Union - Photo Eurostat