re: How I Stay Focused and Productive While Working Remotely VIEW POST

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I don't work in company before, but now I have a suggestion to work with company remotely, do you think that this is a good way to start my first job?

 

In my personal opinion, I think you should start with the office work first. Check out my article about working from home. Although, since this is supposed to be your first job, maybe the article is not yet intended for you. Anyway, good luck on your next job.

 

I second the others: first job in office, learn the work "logic" and timings, stay close to professionals and learn. Then you can try to arrange yourself. The opposite is possible but requires a ton of self control and still you miss the business relations part.

 

My first few jobs were on-site, and I didn't work remotely until almost a decade into my career. I think it's important to learn how to work and communicate with other people before you work remotely. There will always be exceptions, but in general I say work on-site first.

 
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