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A Guide To Coworking For New Remote Workers

Remote workers are all around us. In coffee shops, in libraries, even at home. This is quickly becoming the new norm of many industries that don’t require people to be in the same room to work well together. This development in the business world allows many more people to apply for jobs, and explore careers they might not otherwise have access to.

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Benefits of Using A Coworking Space Over Other Options

When you own your own business, you have a few different options. You can work from home, from a cafe or coffee shop, rent an office space, or rent a coworking space. Any smart business owner will examine all of these options before settling on the right one for their situation. It only makes sense, especially in the early stages of a business, when spending money on anything might be a crucial decision. Here are a few options, and why coworking is the better alternative to each one.

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Shared Office Space In Dublin, California

Remote workers are becoming more and more common as the years go by. In 2015, 23 percent of employees reported doing some of their work remotely, up from 19 percent in 2003, Bureau of Labor Statistics data shows, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon.

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An Inside Look At 580 Executive Center's Co-working Space

When we started 580 Executive Center, we made sure to create different areas for specific purposes. We know that no two work days look exactly the same for anyone working remote, so we made sure to model the center with the different types of work you might be doing as the weeks go by. On top of that, we understand that a shared space can have it’s challenges if not planned out correctly. With that in mind, here are the different features you’ll find as you walk through 580 Executive Center.

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Why Coworking Is Easier Than Working From A Cafe

Coffee shops have been around for decades now. Back in the 70’s they usually looked more like diners, with full menus and waitresses that walked around refilling mugs. In the 90’s they became more popular for casual hangs with friends, and french style pastries. In the 2010’s, they’ve become something different. Crowded, loud places that most people are trying to get in and out of as quickly as possible. In the early 2000’s, it might’ve been a great option to work from a coffee shop, because they were free, quiet, and had plenty of areas for you to sit. However, that has changed as we near 2020.

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Why Should I Rent A Coworking Space When Working From Home Is Free?

Anyone who works remotely or owns a business knows one thing: saving money is important. Even if you like to spend on little luxuries in your personal life, spending money in regards to business needs to be more well thought out. Instead of just opting into things right away, you probably take a while to think about whether or not this investment is worth the money you’re about to spend.

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