(Recasts, adds background) NEW YORK, May 29 (Reuters) - Gasoline prices around $4 per gallon are causing more Americans to change their work arrangements or the way they commute to the office, according to a new survey on Thursday. The survey, by staffing services company Robert Half International Inc , found 44 percent of respondents said gas prices have affected how they get to work or the way they organize their work schedule. That is up from 34 percent who said so two years ago when ...
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