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Get up. Get ready. Drive the traffic. Every day in the office. The daily grind, right? Not so much anymore. More and more companies are moving to employees working remote, whether full-time or part-time. The shift is also being seen in potential candidates making working remote part of their criteria for job selection with a particular company. For example, I have an incredibly talented friend who is a UX Designer and one component in her criteria in searching for a UX Designer role is the ability to work remote full-time or, at minimum, part-time. Sound odd? It is becoming more common than you think.
Working remote is trending – and here to stay. Last year, 43 percent of employed Americans said they spent at least some time working remote, according to the survey of more than 15,000 adults. That represents a 4-percentage point increase since 2012, a shift that meets the demands of many job seekers. (1)Remote workers feel more productive. According to a survey conducted by TINYpulse, 9…
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