Working remotely is a growing trend — 70% of workers worldwide perform tasks remotely at least one day a week (1), and approximately 3.5% of the workforce in the U.S. works remotely more than half of the work week (2). Younger generations’ appeal for work-life balance has encouraged this shift and, while many remote workers are actually older, it is important to consider the impact of remote work on early career progression.
While remote work can be mutually beneficial to employees and employers, it also presents challenges related to managing distractions, communication, isolation, technology, and cost. Prepare a plan to ensure you can overcome these challenges and reap the benefits of a remote-work arrangement to maintain or even improve your in-office performance...
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