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How Do I Pick A Co-Working Space To Use?

If you’re reading this article, I’m going to assume you’ve already spent time here reading about the benefits of co-working spaces. I hope you have already come to understand that a co-working space can be a practical and economic solution for freelancers and companies who are looking for a professional setting, without all the overhead of renting your own dedicated office. Congratulations on making it this far!

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How To Determine Which Co-working Space Is Right For You

If you’ve been reading this blog, I hope you’re beginning to get some idea that utilizing a co-working space may be a great solution for you. Whether you’re a contract worker, working remotely, managing a team of remote workers, or just need some extra office space during a busy phase, you’ll certainly benefit from having a co-working space. But if you’re new to this, it may seem a bit overwhelming to choose one, especially with all the new options opening up in the Bay Area almost every week.

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Pros and Cons Of Sharing Office Space vs. Working From A Coffee Shop

For freelancers and those involved in startups, it seems to all begin at home. Chances are that you’ve got most of what you need to allow you to work at home. To be honest, these days it doesn’t take much more than a cell phone, a laptop and fast internet connection to get started. But before you know it, the time will come when you need to expand past the walls of your kitchen or even your own personal study at home, leave the family and pets behind, and go to another location to get some work done.

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Why Most People Actually Thrive In Co-working Spaces

Co-working spaces are becoming an increasingly popular option, for a variety of professionals. Remote workers, startup companies, and freelancers are among those who are turning to these shared spaces as an alternative to either traditional offices or working from home. It’s not just the latest trend; in fact, it’s turning out to be an almost ideal work environment for many workers. Here are some of the reasons why so many people thrive in co-working spaces.

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Sharing Office Space Vs. Working From Home

It’s 2019, and by this point in time, I don’t need to tell you that more and more companies are allowing their employees to work remotely. It’s a cost saver, increases productivity, and most importantly, boosts productivity and employee satisfaction.

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Why More And More Businesses Are Allowing Remote Work

It’s no secret that remote work is on the rise, and it’s a trend that shows no sign of reversing any time soon.By remote work, of course, we’re referring to anyone whose job doesn’t require them to come in to the office every day. It includes those who “work from home”, use co-working spaces, or even set up camp in Starbucks or the library on a daily basis. Even among those of us who don’t work remotely 100% of the time, more and more employees have the flexibility of working remotely at least some amount of time every week.

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