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I Went to the Office After 2 Years, and I Don’t Think It Is Worth It

WFH has shown me how much better life can be

Work from home is much better than working from office.
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Today many are finding it difficult to give up the perks associated with working from home. Simultaneously, many people are excited to return to the office after a long break.

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