A recent report by the American Cable Association found that more than one in five Americans now have Internet Working devices.
The association surveyed a total of 1,400 consumers nationwide.
The majority of those surveyed were in their early 20s.
Nearly three-quarters of those who said they work remotely had internet working devices.
The report found that the majority of the respondents also had access to broadband.
A majority of respondents said they are now connected to broadband or had internet at home.
A significant percentage of respondents were working in a service-based economy, but only one-quarter said they were now connected in a non-service-based environment.
Only 16 percent of the participants said they have access to a smartphone or tablet.
More than half of those respondents said their home broadband provider offered gigabit Internet service.
That figure rose to 59 percent for those who live in urban areas.
The American Cable and Telecommunications Association also reported that the average age of respondents was 51.
The median age of those interviewed was 52.
The majority of people were working alone.
The association said it believes internetworking will grow rapidly in the coming years.