Is Remote Work for You?
Take this quiz to find out!
Ever wondered if remote work is for you? Working in your pajamas and answering calls from your bed might sound great in theory, but doing that every day of the week is actually just a recipe for depression and neck pain.
Lots of people don't realize that you need to have the discipline to set good boundaries if you actually want to make working from home work for you. You don't want to get to a place where you're confining yourself to your house, working 12 hour days because you don't know how to leave work at work... when "work" is also your home.
So before you take the remote work plunge, take our quiz to see if you have what it takes to make the most of it.
Is Remote Work For You?
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