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Why I Never Want To Work In An Office Again

It took a pandemic for me to actually like doing an office job

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There are numerous articles of late about people who are glad to be returning to the office as well as those who never want to set foot in one again. Count me as one of the latter. However, some of my reasons for never wanting to commute to the office again differ from many people.

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