Remote work vs. work from home: So close, but so different

Taylor (and his colleagues) started working from home as soon as the pandemic hit. Like most of the workforce worldwide. Once he got used to it, he found out he was really enjoying this model of work. He would hang out with his dog, do the laundry during his break, or have lunch with his wife and kids—things he would never have dreamed of doing before.

Fast forward to a year later…

Taylor’s company announced that they’d adopt a flexible work model, and everyone would have to go to the office three days per week. Taylor hadn’t missed at all the hours he spent on commute. And he wasn’t thrilled with the idea of getting back to the office, even if it was for only a few days.

So, he started looking for a new job, one that would offer him the flexibility he was looking for. Browsing through job portals, he was happy to see many ads for remote positions. But, on a second look, he noticed that most of them still required employees to be located in a certain area. Despite being advertised as “remote.”

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