Ask any metro Denver resident who's lived here for more than a few years: Commute times are getting longer.

(In fact, Denver voters in November will weigh in on those congestion issues with the city's nearly $1 billion bond package, which is largely aimed at trying to solve Denver's mobility issues).

One solution to spending hours sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic? Working from home.

It's catching on in the Mile High City and surrounding cities, with 5.1 percent of metro Denver workers telecommuting, according to a new report from Global Workplace Analytics and FlexJobs. It ranks the metro second among those with 1 million or more workers, behind Austin.

FlexJobs is a Boulder-based job service website.

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