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The Benefits of Working from Home

Posted on the 04 December 2017 by Ncrimaldi @MsCareerGirl

The Benefits of Working from Home

While some people believe that working 40 hours a week in an office space is the best way to be productive and get the business to perform its best, others believe that this is an old-fashioned and outdated form of working.

The world of work is adapting, and rapid changes are occurring. Not long ago, people were powered with the motivation that by working tirelessly at school and in work they could gain promotion after promotion and eventually climb up the corporate ladder to maybe earn themselves that coveted job title. Now, though, the ideals are different, and people are choosing a better quality of life over of getting trapped in the rate race.

In these times, perhaps the most desirable scenario is to work from home and call your own shots, but it doesn't have to be a once-in-a-while luxury.

Here are 5 benefits of working from home and how it can greatly improve your well-being as well as your productivity and career success.

Increase productivity

Studies have suggested that employees working remotely have greater levels of productivity because they are happier. By working in their own space, an employee or freelancer can feel comfortable, unstressed by an office environment and commute, and can work at their own pace.

This is most prevalent when the work-in-question is tech-related, such as a web developing or programming, as the hours can be long and communication with others is at a minimum. So being out of an office environment where distractions are constant is better for the work outcome.

Skip the commute

Another huge benefit of working from home is that you don't have to commute. You'll no longer have to leave in the house in the dark, cold mornings to catch various modes of public transport, or make that long drive to be stuck in rush hour traffic for most of it.

The Benefits of Working from Home

Without a commute to and from work, you will free up hours of your day which could be put to better use. You will have more hours to work because you will be less tired and less stressed from commuting, so your work quality will be better.

Choose your own hours

When you work from home you can choose your own hours. This means that you can tailor the week's work just how you like it, and change it as often as you want depending on what commitments you want to make that week.

A huge plus of this is that you can spend more time with your family and friends and be present at important milestones in their lives. There's no need to feel guilty about missing a parent-teacher conference or a birthday party ever again. You know you can make it, because the decision falls solely on you.

You don't need formal qualifications

We are often told we need numerous qualifications and degrees in order to succeed in work. But this is not the case anymore. There are countless opportunities for skilled workers in the technology and marketing industries. Entrepreneurs are again and again debunking the assumption that you must work under other people to gain job security.

If you want to switch your commute and your dreary office for your couch and your freedom, job sites such as Work From Home focus solely on amazing and rewarding jobs that allow you to do just that.

Employers can benefit too

Companies are more likely to hire occasional freelancers to help on big projects rather than hiring employees who can work remotely. However, employers and businesses can greatly benefit from having remote employees. They can save money in office space and amenities. More importantly, they will find the quality and speed of work that gets done by a remote employee is of a high quality, because the said employee is happier working from home.

Companies may even attract more people interested in working for them if they offer benefits such as working from home.

After reading these amazing benefits, will you be switching up the way you work?

The Benefits of Working from Home

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