COVID-19 has forced companies all over the world to adapt to and embrace remote work—at least for the short term. And although the transition to working from home was fast and furious for a lot of organizations, many companies are now figuring out that working remotely is the future of work—pandemic or not.
Recent news stories abound with company announcements of extended work-from-home policies, with some even deciding to allow employees to work from home permanently.
Over the past decade, remote work has evolved from being a cool company perk to an expectation for most job seekers in the corporate space, especially in tech. The numbers back this up, as Flexjobs reports remote jobs have skyrocketed 159% between 2005 and 2017.
“Companies are expanding the range of professional positions they’re allowing to work from home. It’s important to keep in mind that this list represents the jobs that are only formally reported and advertised as remote. I believe the true scope of remote work is much larger, with informal and ad hoc work-from-home arrangements increasingly common. Of course, all of this is ultimately fantastic news for remote job seekers across all career fields and levels,” Sutton.
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ScienceLogic is a software and service vendor. It produces information technology management and monitoring solutions for IT Operations and cloud computing.
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Close is the inside sales CRM of choice for startups and SMBs. Make more calls, send more emails and close more deals starting today. Close allows startups to close more deals and make more sales. Salespeople can spend more time communicating with their customers and less time on data entry because all activities are automatically tracked. Close.io is a tool in the CRM category of a tech stack.
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