With the advancement of technology, more and more employees are searching for jobs that offer the ability to telecommute, which is to work from somewhere other than behind a desk in an office building. In fact, employers that are looking to reduce costs are now hiring more remote employees. A recent study conducted between 2007-2017 showed remote work had grown 91%. If you extend that back to 2005, the number jumps to 156%. In 2019, 66% of companies in the U.S. employed remote workers. For 2020, it is expected that 75% of professionals will be working remotely in some fashion.
Whether it be from a remote office, an internet café, or a home office, that worker will need certain amenities to ensure work is completed accurately, professionally, and submitted on time to be able to maintain their position with the company they work for.