An exotic journey into remote life
Woooh, it’s just me, myself and I
By now, most of us have settled in with a SFW background as we navigate this new world of remote work. So what’s next? OneZero breaks out its crystal ball for a glimpse at what a self-isolating future might mean for society – and it’s not all that bad. You can also always just watch The Simpsons to find out what happens next.
But is working from home during the coronavirus pandemic a pop quiz in productivity for the population? The Atlantic examines how America’s adaptation to remote life might change traditional office culture and communication practices in the long term.
No more Sunday scaries
Whether you’re working from home or not, Mondays can still be pretty rough. But can Covid-19 finally convince companies to switch over to a four-day workweek? Fast Company takes a look at how embracing a new model for office hours has paid off in performance for employers such as Microsoft.
How WFH encourages diversity
Want to know another reason remote work…works? Take five minutes for this Fast Company read on how remote based opportunities improve diversity by expanding the talent pool.
Meditation not cutting it? Try live animal webcams.
If binge watching Tiger King made you seriously question what might be the most dangerous creature at an animal park, these live webcams from zoos and aquariums around the world will help put your mind at ease.
Speaking of pet care jobs, here’s a look at some of the current openings out there that don’t require a degree in “mystical science.”
But can they memorize your drive-thru order?
If you’re in need of a pick me up, or a pick up for that matter, Popular Mechanics profiles an unsung hero to emerge from this pandemic: the self-driving vehicle.
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