In 2016, employees, freelancers and other workers are remotely now more than ever before, and the trend looks to continue as we see a paradigm shift in how people work.
It makes sense too - how convenient and beneficial for all is it to be able to work for a company that might be on the other side of the planet without having to relocate one’s entire life? Working from home does have its downsides though – distractions are all too common, facilities are generally poorer than an office environment, and you have no professional location to meet clients.
The answer to this problem has been delivered in the form of co-working spaces, which offer great benefits for both the remote worker and the companies that utilize them.
Co-working spaces are blooming across the country – by the end of 2016, there will be over 10,000 co-working space options in America, and the number of people going to these co-working spaces has increased by 50% in just two years...