Could remote work solve some of society’s most pressing problems?

Slow and steady. That seems to be the mantra behind the gradual, creeper-like penetration of remote work into our lives. Though still in its early days, remote work has gained momentum in the last couple of years and its adoption is on the rise.

We have witnessed major cultural shifts in views about work and how we choose to work. Because more companies and people are embracing remote work, the traditional office setup is being challenged and replaced with newer ways of work, every single day.

Companies that hire remote workers and those who work remotely may seem to be the main beneficiaries, but remote work has also had an impact on some big problems for the masses.

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After all is said and done, remote work comes with its own set of challenges. But with continuous effort by all stakeholders and support from governing bodies, remote work can evolve from a trend into the norm. If you have ideas on how remote work can solve even more problems, I’d love to hear from you. Connect with me on Twitter or drop me an email.

Arpit is a Community and Growth Specialist at Make (formerly Integromat). He is passionate about helping SaaS businesses grow via content and conversations. He also promotes no-code tools, loves APIs, and can automate stuff.

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