A comprehensive source of information, guidance & resources for employers & employees in a remote environment
The possibilities for working remotely are vastly dependent on the economic development of the country. It is reported that one-fifth of the workforce in developed economies can work fully remotely. Moreover, according to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), well-developed countries such as the US, Canada, and Sweden have better access to the internet, a good variety of
occupations, and policies that are pro-workers manage better remote working. In developing economies where a big percentage of the population is employed in occupations such as retail services, manufacturing, or agriculture which cannot be done remotely there is a huge difference in the remote working opportunities. The middle-income countries are often held back by different
factors when trying to work from home like lower internet quality and access, having many intergenerational households with young kids or old family members.
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