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Challenges And Disadvantages Of Home Office

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Once the cloud of the Corona epidemic clears, life will return to normal, but there are many things that changed and will not return back to the old ways, including the way we work.

Highly skilled workers who work on computers are likely to see the biggest changes, from the workplace to the technology used to the ways productivity is assessed.




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Zahra Ahmad

Zahra Ahmad

MSc in Data Science, I love to extract the hell out of any raw data, sexy plots and figures are my coffee

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