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Synonyms for commute

travel to and from

Synonyms

  • travel to and from
  • shuttle between
  • travel between
  • travel back and forth between

Synonyms for commute

to give up in return for something else

Synonyms for commute

a regular journey of some distance to and from your place of work

Related Words

exchange positions without a change in value

travel back and forth regularly, as between one's place of work and home

change the order or arrangement of

exchange a penalty for a less severe one

exchange or replace with another, usually of the same kind or category

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Commuters interested in joining the program can visit the Commute with Enterprise webpage to determine if they can join an existing group or create a new one.
People inTandridgespend more time travelling to work than almost anywhere else in the UK - and the commute is getting longer.
An analysis of data gleaned from 2014 and 2015 New Jersey birth records, revealed that for pregnant women who commute at least 50 miles to work, each ten miles of travel distance increased the probability of having a low birth weight baby by nearly one percentage point (0.9) or 14 percent, compared to the national average.
For the 22% of you who commute between 46 and 60 minutes, according to conference call providers Meetupcall, your earnings jump up to an extra [pounds sterling]18.37 per day.
The longest round-trip commutes in the nation include Newark at No.
There are many other issues though, and recent research potentially uncovered another one: commute times.
With the jobs market tightening and some employers finding it hard to fill vacancies, this is an excellent time to tackle the problems associated with ever-longer commutes. And Government and employers can play a key part in this.
Work Wise UK chief executive Phil Flaxton said: "Long commutes have become a part of the UK's working culture.
Finally, Google Maps is also being updated with support for showing mixed-mode commutes for users who drive and use public transportation as well.
But despite changes in how Americans get to work, their commute times haven't gotten any shorter, and long commutes could impact their well-being.
de Palma and Lindsey [18] compared the morning and evening commutes and differed them in just one respect that the schedule preference in morning commuting is in terms of arrival time in destination and the preference in evening is in terms of departure time from destination.
markets were surveyed to determine average commute times and the cities with the most stressful commutes.
"While longer commute times were found to reduce job satisfaction, it is also clear that people take on longer commutes partly to increase their earnings, which in turn improves job satisfaction," Dr Chatterjee said.
Long commutes have been a static component of Matthews' life.
"Working during long commutes, or doing nothing if you're unable to, brings about the discussion of work-life balance.