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According to the 2012 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey, teleworkers across all government departments and all salary levels reported a 7 percent higher productivity and job satisfaction rating than non-teleworking employees. In fact, teleworkers at the lowest pay categories demonstrated a 12 percent increase in perceived benefits, the most positive reaction to the method. The government-wide report focused on "employees influencing change."