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The long term effect of working from home

  I remember when I still worked as a support worker in an IT department, doing the typical 9 to 5 in a cubicle. One of my dreams was being able to work from a home office, or at least choose my own work location. Whether that be a coffee shop, the beach, or your own home office, it's hard to argue that the prospect of choosing your own working environment is better than being forced into a cubicle for 8 hours a day. While the pandemic has had devastating results all around the world, the silver lining is that it also sped up the adoption of the work from home, or as some as calling it, "work anywhere" culture by a decade or more. Many companies who refused to consider remote work opportunities in the past are now forced to adapt, and this has been an ongoing situation for over a year, with no end in sight. But what are some of the long term impacts of working from home? Here I'll take a look at some tech-related things that have changed and will continue to change go