Midweek is the most popular time for tech workers to go to the office. But that's not the case everywhere.
Friday was one of the most popular days for Bay Area tech workers to show up to the office last month, according to a new report from Robin, a hybrid work management platform. In Boston, Chicago and New York, Friday was the slowest day at tech offices, Robin found.
Los Angeles tech offices were by far the most bustling on Wednesdays, the day when workers made 43% of their weekly desk bookings. In Chicago, 38% of desk bookings came in on Thursdays, making that the busiest day at local tech offices.
New York and Boston saw a pretty even split among Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, which are the most popular days to go to the office across the industry.
But things are different in the Bay Area. San Francisco-area tech offices are the busiest on Wednesdays (22%), Thursdays (24%) and Fridays (22%), with Mondays the slowest at 13%.
And across geographies, the lights are coming back on at tech offices: There were 30% more desk bookings in October than in September. Even with that increase, the average tech worker only came in once a week, Robin found.