These 5 Trends Will Define the Future of Work In 2022

In 2014, DeVry University’s Career Advisory suggested 20% of the American workforce will be 1099 workers who will work remotely. Since then, other studies indicate more than 50% will be independent contractors by 2025. In March 2020, remote work was no longer optional but required as worldwide pandemic mandates for social distancing ushered in a new way to work.

Those who never worked remotely before had to make significant adjustments to their work life and, for the first time, have 24-hour access to their work. We all experienced lifestyle changes and shifted to frequent Internet use for everything from paying bills to ordering food. Those who previously traveled for work became accustomed to facilitating and attending workshops and conferences virtually.

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