Remote work, teleconferencing and all manner of e-mail scams look to increase as the pandemic lingers.
It turns out that the middle-class don't even have to leave their homes to keep cushy gigs that are mostly based on social media credentials and/or good old fashioned nepotism.
Best of all . . .
Companies that don't hire at home workers will lose those employees . . .
Companies that do not offer remote work in 2022 will see a 30% rise in quit rates . . .
Due to this future forecasted trend, data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics amongst other resources to determine the best jobs and places for remote work in 2022.
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by: Kiah Armstrong Posted: / Updated: As Americans demand better benefits and work-life balance, employers are realizing that offering employees permanently-remote opportunities will help fill those job openings that are in desperate need of filling. A new report from Ziply Fiber says that companies that do not offer remote work in 2022 will see a 30% rise in quit rates, KTVX reports.