By Carly Fadako
like a simple question. But, you might not have a simple answer if you are part
of the growing population of workers who like me, call places such as airports,
coffee shops and public parks the office.
With improved technologies and increased demand for workplace flexibility, it is projected that mobile workers could make up almost 75% of the US
workforce by 2011.
If you are
in this tribe of nomadic workers - by choice or otherwise - About.com's Catherine Roseberry
offers these Top 10 Remote Work Myths & Realities for your consideration.
You can also refer to this list of 20 Crucial Tools for
Working On-the-Go put together by SitePoint's Alyssa Gregory .
you occupy your moveable workspace as a freelancer
or as part of a virtual office community,
you will benefit from mastering what Harvard Business Review blogger Gina Trapani calls the Art of Working Remotely. Among Trapani's tips are:
blogger Carolyn Elefant points out, mobile workers who conduct business in public spaces should also
observe some basic rules of etiquette, such as:
Do you manage a team of mobile workers? You
might find some helpful guidance in these Top 10
by the folks at workshifting.com.
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