It’s a bright and beautiful morning, you get into your car and as you drive to work, you ask yourself the same question you ask yourself every morning, “Is there a way to get rid of this dreadful commute?”
You are not alone. Lots of people have started seeing daily commute as a waste of both money and time. Whatever it is called, be it working remotely, working from home or, telecommuting, flexible workplace arrangements are on the rise.
A report by the New Jersey Institute of Technology stated that up to forty five percent of Americans work from home. Your line of work determines if you can telecommute. While some may be able to work from home completely, others will have to leave their homes every once in a while. In sales for instance, the level of sales or success of some transactions can only be possible when you pay an actual visit to the client for a face-to-face meeting. In most jobs, workers usually have the opportunity to work from home for an average of two times a week.