Posted on April 8, 2021
I've come out of Covid with the general feeling that I wouldn't mind never having a regular in-office presence again. Even with backdrop of a global pandemic, I've found myself generally happier, more productive, and more excited about work than I had been in the year prior. According to research published by Microsoft, I'm not exactly alone, but I'm also not the majority.
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