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    • Working at home sucks for me. I’m a teacher and it generally means more hours, little meaningful contact with kids, carpel tunnel issues, sore body from hours at a computer and just an overal depressing feeling. The advantages are that I’m sometimes able to go cycling when it’s warm and then work later in the evening.

      We are back in school come September and then it’ll just be a matter of time before I catch covid-19. It’s with mixed feelings that I’ll be going back to school.

    • I'm just guessing, perhaps WFH also generates sizeable operational savings combined with thousand corporate cubicles being powered off.. The daily human interaction is indeed a thing, but only when those interacted with, are likeable.. 🙊

    • I've been working from home for almost five years now. Daily interactions with co-workers are something that I deeply miss. That face-to-face, problem-solving, and brainstorming sessions are hard to replicate with a webcam.

      COVID-19 or not, working from home is here to stay, and we have to adapt.