Why Remote Working is Better

Are remote jobs the future of work?

Duane Michael
5 min readApr 6, 2022


Working remotely from home
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It’s no secret that remote working has risen in popularity over the last few years, making the ability to work from home more of an expectation than an option. With more and more people accepting jobs that require them to work from home, it has become necessary to know the perks and drawbacks of this practice so you can decide if working remotely would be a good fit for you or not. Here are some reasons why remote working is better!

4 Reasons You Should Work Remotely

In recent years, more and more companies have started adopting a remote work policy. They’ve found that remote employees can be more productive when they’re not tethered to an office and they don’t have to worry about commuting costs. The reasons are many, but there are four main reasons why working remotely might be right for you. Here’s what you need to know

  1. You can live wherever you want: There are lots of people who would love to live in New York City or San Francisco, but it just doesn’t make sense financially for them — or even logistically (it’s hard enough dealing with all those hills in SF). If you don’t want to spend two hours each day on your commute, or if it just makes sense financially for you to move somewhere else (maybe where housing is cheaper), working remotely gives you that flexibility.
  2. You can get rid of your commute: Commuting sucks. It really does. If you live close enough to walk or bike to work, that’s great! But most Americans don’t live in walkable communities, so driving is inevitable for most people and sitting in traffic isn’t much fun either. Plus, if you take public transportation into the city every morning, chances are you’ll sit around waiting at a station at some point during your trip as well. Working remotely means never having to sit through rush hour traffic again!
  3. Work/life balance becomes easier: Have you ever felt like you needed more hours in the day? When was the last time you had an evening off without any meetings scheduled? Or spent a weekend doing something other than catching up on emails? Working remotely allows you to better manage your time and energy, which will ultimately improve your productivity.
  4. You’ll save money



Duane Michael

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