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Examples of Professionals Who Can Benefit from a Co-Working Space

Posted on Mar 30, 2020 9:00:00 AM by Ryan Ring

Examples of Professionals Who Can Benefit from a Co-Working Space | 580 Executive CenterA co-working space is an option for working that can benefit a range of different professionals. As the number of people who work remotely part or all of the time continues to increase, so does the list of professions that has remote work as an option. As technology became more and more essential to the modern work environment, the option for working remotely became available to more people. Now, there are entire categories of professionals that can do 100% of their job from any location in the world with an internet connection available. A co-working space can provide an environment that makes working remotely easy and convenient for professionals who are involved in tech, those who freelance for a living, and entrepreneurs.

Tech

It is easy for most people to imagine professionals in the tech space working remotely. The reality is, however, that tech is a broad category that includes a long list of job categories and responsibilities. Examples of jobs in the tech industry that can be done remotely include machine learning engineer, full stack developer, robotics engineer, product designer, data scientist, website designer, and project architect. With the correct equipment, environment, and connectivity, these professionals can work remotely. A co-working space can provide tech professionals with the environment and connectivity they need to get their work done. The professional setting of a co-working space helps minimize distractions and provides the connectivity necessary for tech related professions.

 

Freelancers

Professionals who fall into the category of ‘freelancers’ can also benefit from a co-working space. Most freelancers can do the majority of their work with a computer and an internet connection. Examples include graphic designers, writers, and virtual assistants. A co-working space can provide an environment that is conducive to getting things done as well as the connectivity a freelancer requires.

 

Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs are the third category of professionals who can benefit from a co-working space. A co-working space can provide a place to work as well as a place to meet with clients and team members. In addition, a co-working space can provide entrepreneurs with cost savings and flexibility. It is impossible to know how a business will grow and what it will need in the beginning. With a co-working space, entrepreneurs can focus on building the business without worrying about high overhead or the commitment that comes with a traditional office lease.

 

Co-working spaces work for a variety of different professionals. The three categories outlined above are not all inclusive but rather examples of what is possible with a co-working space. If there is any element of your job that can be done remotely then it is worth exploring the option of using a co-working space part or all of the time.

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