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Remote Work after the Pandemic

The world feels more open to remote work than before--especially tech. They simply didn't have a choice. Office employees were forced out of their offices and told to work from home. Some companies handled this really well and are thriving with remote work, while others truly struggled.
Sitting behind the wheel of a car with a burrito and a laptop trying to do 3 things at once.

For over the past year, many of us have been working remotely. Thanks to the prevalence of vaccines, the pandemic is starting to come to a close. Many companies are coming to an inflection point: do we make people come back into the office? Have we become more open to remote work? Or have we learned nothing?

I wrote that over a year ago thinking we might get out of this thing soon. Clearly, I didn't get much further than the paragraph above, likely because the pandemic isn't really over. Plus I'm terrible at predicting the future. I still haven't won that lottery mega jackpot.

The world feels more open to remote work than before--especially tech. They simply didn't have a choice. Office employees were forced out of their offices and told to work from home. Some companies handled this really well and are thriving with remote work, while others truly struggled.

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