3 Tips To Navigate The Future Of Work And Travel
By the end of 2021, it is estimated that over 25% of employed people in the United States will work remotely, despite the inevitable reopening of offices around the country. The global pandemic has helped employers and employees realize that working remotely can have drastic benefits on productivity and personal well-being. What is yet to be determined, is if once deemed “essential business travel” will also be cut to accommodate a digital-first professional environment. If so, one could argue travel will now be a natural blend of personal pursuit along with a necessary working schedule, rooted in a location-independent and flexible environment. This shift was expected eventually but has now become a reality for the catalysts of what will become the new norm. Read more at Entrepreneur.