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Commuting

Traveling from one's residence to one's regular place of business and back to the residence.
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Analyzing responses from 3,000 participants, it came to light that short commute boost happiness in Londoners incomparable to anything.
Women's job satisfaction is reduced more by longer commute times than that of men's.
That said, it's alarming to learn that many in Birmingham could be losing days - even weeks - each year to their commute.
Smart Commute is a Metrolinx program that aims to reduce single-occupant-vehicle trips, gridlock and vehicle emissions by promoting sustainable commuting.
Another option is to combine your commute with exercise.
In the city's utilities sector, for instance, 40 percent of employees commute from outside of the city.
Longer commutes mean less time for other activities, which leads to lower life satisfaction.
In contrast, the Liverpool commute is only 42 minutes and costs PS72 a month on average, with Liverpudlian workers only notching up 7,532 hours of travel in a lifetime.
Those with hourlong commutes each way need to make 40% more money to be satisfied in life than do those who live near the office.
But each element in does not commute with elements of so each elements of are adjacent to elements in .
The average daily commute is now almost five minutes longer than it was a decade ago, with workers spending an extra 4.
We understand very well that the President takes the exercise of his constitutional power to, among others, commute sentences and grant pardon very seriously.