Thanks to the global pandemic, millions of workers have been sent home to work at a safe distance. While many remote workers enjoy the flexibility that comes with remote work, it doesn't come without its drawbacks.
Here's a ranking of the top struggles that remote workers face, according to a recent report by Buffer and AngelList:
The report also found that only 15% of employers paid the cost of home internet, and 21% covered the cost of a phone plan in a work-from-home situation. However, with this type of arrangement still being relatively new for most, these perks could evolve over time.
Despite the various challenges involved, 98% of remote workers would like to continue working remotely, at least some of the time, for the rest of their careers.
In short - while remote work poses its own set of struggles, the benefits outweigh the cons.