There has never been so much talk about the future of work. We live in an age of technological acceleration and unprecedented global events — never has so much changed in such a short time.
Technology greatly influences the way we live. Today, we can order hot food that has just been made at our favorite restaurant and have it delivered to our doorstep. We can call a private transport through an application. We can visit the doctor virtually. We can work from anywhere in the world.
And, of course, technology has greatly influenced the way we view not only work but the workspace itself. From traditional paper-cluttered offices, we migrated to open-space spaces and collaborative coworking spaces. With the coronavirus pandemic, companies that insisted that workers be on-site from 9 to 5 every day have discovered that most work can, in fact, be done remotely (sometimes better and quicker than before!)
With all this change, it is natural that more and more studies are emerging trying to understand what the work of the future will be like.
· How will we be working in a few years?
· Will we even have offices?
· Will we work every day from the same place?
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