Report: Where Bay Area cities rank in workers returning to the office

As many across the country gradually return to the office after pandemic shutdowns, office workers in Bay Area cities are lagging their counterparts in other cities. Only about one-third of workers in the San Jose and San Francisco metro areas have keyed into their office buildings, according to a study by Kastle. The company operates app, keycard and fob systems in 41,000 businesses in 47 states and crunched numbers from the top 10 U.S. metro areas.

The San Jose metro area averaged 34.2 percent average office occupancy in the last week of April, and the San Francisco metro area averaged 35.4 percent. Both cities were at the bottom of the

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