I saw this infographic
(I swear, I love these things too much for my own good) today about working from home and its purported good side effects from CarInsurance.org. I've worked from home twice in my past jobs: one that was a complete failure (time clocks and me don't mesh well), and one that was a raging success (I got so much more done, it was ridiculous). Most of the small businesses I've known have, at least at some point, worked from their own home or workspace they made in their house rather than rent out a space elsewhere. Yet others demand their own studio or office.
So, what's your opinion on it? Is working from home good; does it work? If you haven't telecommuted, treat the question as a "Would you WFH?"
Be sure to let us know why in the comments!Here's the original infographic.
Is Working From Home Good? 25 votes
Some of the Time