We’re increasingly living in the era of the “solopreneur,” independent workers managing their own careers and office environments. Today, a flexible work location is often more important than an impressive, personalized office. That’s why more workers and small companies are turning to coworking spaces — where individuals or small teams rent desks or offices in a shared workplace.
“The environment of work is changing,” says Zoltan Szalas, a co-working expert. “Workers are seeking flexibility and meaningful work over traditional career paths.” A decade ago, there was weren’t many coworking spaces in the US. Now, according to the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, there are 781.
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