Positively Prospering Through Remote Work: Stats About This Business Model

A growing percentage of the World’s workers choose to enjoy the everyday convenience of the remote work business model. Being able to do your job from the comfort of your home or a café sounds great, but not only for you – for your employers as well; cutting office maintenance costs approximately saves an average employer roughly $11,000 each year, without the service suffering.

 

Among many other attention-grabbing stats regarding remote work, it is very interesting to find out that the United States’ workforce is projected to be running on freelancers up to 51% by 2027. This results in billions of dollars saved on inconveniences such as transport and office costs, while paradoxically making the workers’ lives more fulfilled, giving them much less stress and overall a better attitude.

 

Even though this business model won’t be perfect for every single individual, it will bring incredible benefits to those being able to work like this. Once the workers start enjoying a stress-free work environment, the employers have a high productivity expectancy, and it often does skyrocket.

 

Businesses normally start embracing remote work by making employees work one day per week from home and monitoring performance and productivity. If it goes up, businesses choose to raise the number of days for remote work. As surveys say, 99% of Americans would prefer working remote, and it is possible to make a large portion of this a reality, as many industries give their best in embracing the remote work model every day. Some of these industries are transportation and IT, design and media, legislation, real estate, and finances.

 

This infographic will stock you on useful info regarding the conveniences of remote work, giving you enough food for thought about starting a career within this business model or even moving to a company that provides a job opportunity like this. Read along; we have a lot in store.

 

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Elita Torres

I have over 20 years experience as a leader, first as a General Manager for several Big Box retailers with over 100 employees, then as a district manager overseeing an average of 23 stores. Currently, I am a Sales Director overseeing 4 Districts. My passion for leadership and personal development has led me to share my journey in a Blog. Find out more on http://www.leadgrowdevelop.com/about/