The Economic, Social and Cultural Implications of Remote Work

Before the Industrial Revolution, nearly the entire world’s workforce were remote workers.  Work product was individually created, then sold or traded.  The industrial revolution created factories, which required workers to live closer to work, and commuting was born.  Eventually, factories created paperwork, which required manual processing in an office.  Thus, the evolution of cities, where people could easily commute to work, and where employee density was an imperative. 

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