Today I’m going to show you 7 amazing benefits of working online in 2020.
In fact, working online is not a new trend. According to a report from the International Labor Organization, 7.9% (230 million people) of the world’s workforce work online.
If you’re not part of this percentage and are looking for reasons why you should work online, this article is for you. This article will show you the benefits you gain from working online.
Let’s get started.
1. You can work anywhere
The biggest advantage of working online is that you can work from anywhere in the world. You are not confined to a particular space. You can work anywhere you find yourself. You can work at home, at a coffee shop, or even on a plane while traveling to your holiday destination.
Working online also improves your productivity. When you work in an office, you are limited to just your desk. But with online work, you can get more work done since you are not limited by your surroundings.All you need to work online is a good internet connection and a laptop.
The world is entering a new age of technological change that will transform the job landscape. So much so that thinkers are beginning to talk more and more about the need to create future “work” – rather than simply just talking about creating future “jobs”.
Future of Work – With increasing intensity, the digital age is driving this evolution, at an almost surreal pace. The key drivers of change:
Before now monetising our work and knowhow online has been limited – with the growth of the “Sharing, Gig Economy” the internet is finally getting around to empowering the individual worker allowing you to “Sell your Work” in exciting new ways
Did you ever ask yourself the question, when will the internet finally get around to empowering the individual worker? When will you be truly able to Monetise your work online?
And I mean truly empowering them. This means affording people the opportunity to profit fairly from global markets, gaining real value for their their own individual skills, intellectual property and knowledge. In their own time and in a way that suits them.
Slowly but surely there is a wave of online platforms emerging that offer such access, while still in their infancy they are beginning to make waves. Slowing their emergence is the conservative approach taken by payment providers and incumbent marketplace operators. On the payment front, there is good news from companies such as #Stripe #Braintree and of course #PayPal.