4. Increased Productivity

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Many people find that they are more productive when working from home. The absence of office distractions, the ability to design a personal workspace, and the comfort of being in a familiar environment can all contribute to increased efficiency and output.

There are fewer interruptions, fewer workplace politics, calmer offices, and fewer (or more productive) meetings. When you factor in the absence of a commute, remote workers often have more time and fewer interruptions.

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