The pandemic hit us like a tsunami, upending every aspect of daily life. While few stones remained unturned, perhaps the most notable — and seemingly permanent — shift has been the workplace transition from the office to the living room

This mass migration of workers has forever altered not only the way we work, but where work is done. Office building rents are at an all-time low, Zoom stocks are booming, Covid cases are on the rise, and many tech companies have already vowed to switch to remote work permanently. 

Regardless of when this pandemic ends, the professional world is never going to return to the traditional model it once operated in, especially now that Covid has exposed that model as flawed and unnecessary to begin with. And with the rise of the gig…

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