THE term “telecommuter” has been part of the language for more than 20 years, and in that time the category of people it describes has exploded. The number of workers whose only office is at home has doubled over the last three years, according to the META Group, a technology consulting firm based in Stamford, Conn. The International Teleworkers Association estimates that there are 28 million workers who fit that description and predicts that this will increase by 6 million over the next three years. (full story)
My spin: Telecommuting can be a great experienc if it’s done correctly. But if it’s not done right you won’t get much out it and it could be a counter productive experience.
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