We’ve never craved change quite like we have in the last decade. Working in a cubicle Monday to Friday from 9 am – 5 pm is becoming less and less appealing to our workforce. So, they’re doing something about it.
From side hustles selling hand-crafted goods to full scale businesses, it’s never been easier to work from home and continue building your future. Additionally, more and more companies are responding to the workforce change by giving employees a chance to telecommute.
“More than 1.7 million paid employees — those not self-employed — worked from home in 2008 at least once a week, up almost 23 per cent from the 1.4 million in 2000, according to the latest Statistics Canada report on the subject in 2010. (Robert Galbraith/Reuters)”
But let’s be honest – working at your kitchen table isn’t sustainable. You need a space that inspires your inner creative that’s also equipped with functional features to store paperwork, projects and materials.
Our homes are designed with functionality in mind. Not only could you be in your dream home in as little as three months – you could be working in it, too.