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Some day in the future—when kids are back in school and the coronavirus is less of a threat—organizations and individuals will have a choice to make: Should remote work continue?

In a 2020 study, 98% of remote workers want to continue working remotely (in some capacity) for the rest of their career1 and there are many advantages for organizations, too.

Remote work isn’t going away.

So, the real question is: Is ongoing remote work for you? Take this quiz to find out.

Welcome to your Staying Remote

How’s your commute?

Remote workers avoid time and costs of commuting. That’s a significant advantage when the average American spends an hour a day commuting2—a task that causes significant physical and emotional stress.3  

How much structure do you need in your schedule?

Having a flexible schedule is one of the top reasons people enjoy remote work, but it’s not for everyone.1

How does social interaction impact your work?  

Working remotely often means working alone. 40% of remote workers say loneliness and difficulty communicating are the biggest drawbacks of remote work.1

Do you like virtual meetings?

No matter where you are, you still need to collaborate with your workmates. Virtual meetings are one of the most popular ways to connect.

Are you self-directed?

When you’re working remotely, career stagnation and distance bias are risks. Remote workers need to make a concerted effort to find professional development opportunities, get noticed for promotions, and more.