38% of remote workers work from bed
A true home office is still a luxury, and most remote workers don't have one
I work everywhere in the cab, On the bed, dinning table everywhere lol
I work from a Café. Or from a desk that I have at home. From bed, never. I can't even imagine doing that for five minutes!
The same here :)
Sounds fun but my back begs me not to
Part of the 38%..
I literally work from my bed 😂 I use a laptop stand, I make sure to exercise my legs at some point throughout the day
I've been doing WFH for close to 20 years now. I've worked from desk, bed, cafe, train, car, you name it.
Bed is probably the worst -- no matter how you foul yourself, you won't be as productive.
In my case, I'm most productive from a desk (the one in my home).
When needed, I can pretty much work from anywhere -- on my laptop. But right now I prefer working actually at home, because I bought a desktop that is roughly 3 times as fast as my laptop 😁So until I'll have enough money to buy a laptop on par (probably 10K usd), I'm stuck at home 😁
How am I going to put the second monitor in my bed 😅
It's supposed to be bad for sleep to work where you sleep. So I have a second mattress I work on XD
I find it better for my back to work in different body positions so I try to move around throughout the day- desk, floor, mattress, couch.
Try not to 😃
For me, work never happens from bed. Too much comfort switches on the lazy mode. For me, it is a corner table, chair, fresh air, and good lighting always
🪑From a comfy chair
🍽 The dining table
🏖 The beach
🏢 Separate office
For me it's a separate space in my home that is properly outfitted for work.
Not a chance. When I'm working from home I'm in my office chair. When I'm remote working, it's where ever is comfiest (sofa, kitchen table, by the pool 👀)
I work from a small table in my bedroom.
same here ;)
Ive setup a little home office - desk, chair, monitor
I work from couch