As technology continues to advance above and beyond what we ever thought possible, so does our dependance on it. Both businesses and the individual rely on digital technology to help perform day-to-day tasks.
As the current trend of working remotely continues to rise, more and more individuals and businesses are jumping on the bandwagon. It is not difficult to understand the appeal of working from home, or really wherever you choose.
Who would not want to work from home? Doesn’t it sound like a dream? All you would have to do to get ready for work is roll out of bed and turn on your laptop. The best part of working remotely is being able to set your own schedule. The flexibility allows you to work around the rest of your priorities in life. If you have young kids or take care of aging relatives, this work situation would be ideal.
2018 saw a big shift in regards to employment, as new laws were presented. So far, 2019 appears to be following suit with changes stirring at the state level and local level.
Tech giants, Amazon and Google, are setting their sights on New York City for operation expansion in the coming years. With unemployment already at an all-time low falling to 3.9 percent in November 2018 and the job count hit an all-time high of 9.75 million, according to the New York Department of Labor.
Long gone are the days when candidates felt like they had to bend over