In 2019 Asia Pacific had the largest number of coworking spaces (11,592) followed by EMEA (6,850) Americas (6,293), then United Kingdom (5,923)
By 2022, China is forecasted to become one of the largest market for coworking spaces at 5,000 spaces.
India is forecasted to become one of the fastest growing markets for coworking spaces, buoyed by its large startup ecosystem
Globally, 70% of coworking spaces with at least 200 members are profitable
82% of respondents reported that coworking has expanded their professional networks
64% said their coworking networking was important sources of work and business referrals
On average co-workers interact with 1 to 4 members per day.
83% report that they are less lonely since joining a coworking space
79% said coworking has expanded their social networks
89% report that are happier since joining a coworking space
51% of co-workers strongly feel that they are part of a community while 31% somewhat feel the same way.
In terms of personality types that frequent coworking 30% identify themselves as extroverts, 22% as introverts, and the reminder as mixed (ambiverted).
According to ALLWORK when it comes to requested amenities in coworking spaces, physical and mental wellness take top prize
At 7.7 million square feet, Manhattan has by far that most coworking spaces, followed by Los Angeles with 3.7 million square feet.
In the US, the average monthly rate for coworking space is the highest in Washington D.C. at $843. The lowest is Huston at $220.