by Karl Kennedy of projectortop.com
Finding a Home with Work In Mind
For more and more of the current American workforce, WE work doesn’t have near as much influence over where we need to live. Having a short, or reasonable, commute time has become less important for the 24% for us that have joined the remote, or work from home workforce. Because employers are now allowing workers to do their jobs remotely, those remote workers are free to search for homes further away from traditional locations, like within certain city limits or neighborhoods.
What has become more important than location is the flexibility of spaces in the home. Remote workers need an office space that is separate from the home’s daily activities, set up for privacy, and…