With its emphasis on networking, meetings, and pitching, traditional business culture doesn’t usually favor introverts. Is remote work a better choice for introverts? Some believe that while co-working spaces have a social element and stress togetherness, the worker can usually set his or her own level of contact, providing a good balance between interaction and alone time. Remote working, on the other hand, can lead to too much alone time. Introverts need interaction, and working in a remote setting can encourage isolation. Recognizing a need for balance, a remote worker could chose to work alone when intense focus is needed, and work with others when the work schedule is lighter.
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