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Adam Segal

WASHINGTON, DC—The unemployment rate is at a 30-year low and recruiting new workers has become equal parts art and science. One of the many perks employees want is the ability to work at home a few days a week—or rather, at least away from the office cubicle. Meanwhile, the market for coworking spaces has gone through significant growth in the last few years. According to the 2019 Global Coworking Survey, almost 2.2 million people are expected to work in over 22,000 coworking spaces worldwide. Many of these people are full-time employees and even more will likely join their ranks as numerous companies are exploring coworking spaces as viable options for their 9-5 workers.

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“Increasingly, it makes sense to work from home,” Adam Segal, co-founder and CEO of Cove tells GlobeSt.com. “65% of employees work from home 1-2 days a month and eventually it will be the other way around. However, there is still a notion that people want to be around each other.”


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