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FahadAlt181817dThe main problem is burnout and lack of motivations. However, they are just obstacles or the side effects of working remotely.
Therefore, just find the solution of overcome it and you will enjoy working remotely.
mundo03342316d@FahadAlt I disagree, I work remote.
The only thing you need to avoid burnout is identify it and talk with people, request a meeting, feedback, anything.
Talk yo your peers, talk to your boss.
Remote work requires you to be insightfull, know how you feel, control yourself, know yourself.
Sefie155316dI would like a mixed position. Like 2-4 days per month on site.
iHatePython6115dI loved the sparse bit of remote work I managed to get. (Damn hiring managers act like you’re asking to fondle their teenage daughters if you dare ask to work from home.) I didn’t have to commute or put up with whatever random people my employer chose to force me to socialize with.
And I don’t comprehend “lonely”. #misanthropyforthewin
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