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What the future of coworking might look like for the self-employed as they seek out ways to network, collaborate, and set up shop

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement Traditional coworking often involves sitting shoulder to shoulder with - or at least close by - people you may not know well, sharing office space, equipment, restrooms, and work surfaces. In other words, social distancing and coworking are polar opposites.
The Global Coworking Unconference Conference had predicted in 2018 that by 2022, there would be upwards of over five million coworking members worldwide, with forecasts that the number of spaces would have trouble keeping up with the number of members. And a 2017 survey by Deskmag found that 41% of coworking...
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