The Future Of Office Space Is Here: Shared, Flexible & Affordable

USA – Millennials have challenged the status quo in workplace culture. Gone are the days where bland cubicles separated workers and promoted little to no interaction among them. Startup businesses, as well as tech giants like Google, encourage the use of shared office space, prioritizing socialization among staff, which has proven to be one of the most effective means of increasing productivity.

The same attitude towards office space is shown by the so-called “digital nomads”, the rapidly-growing new sect of the workforce comprised of online entrepreneurs, freelancers, and remote workers, who, while not necessarily bound to the physical confines of a traditional office setting, are nevertheless eager to find a new-age workspace which would cater to their needs.

Such is the case of flexible workspaces, which offer a wide range of environments to choose from – be it to accommodate work, meetings or presentations, and provide long-term and short-term space solutions for individual workers and startup businesses alike.

ATLAS Workbase’s media representative spoke of the rising popularity of shared office space, saying that “Today, almost 15 million Americans are self-employed, while it is expected that an additional 25 million will choose to do so within the next two years, bringing the total number of freelance workers to an astounding 40 million. This shift in work trends reflects an overall new take on the definition of productivity, with regards to its relation to office space. Real estate, which took a slump post the dot-com bubble, is now struggling to keep up with the times, as fewer companies opt to purchase office space.”

Finishing off his statements, ATLAS Workbase’s media representative said that “By fulfilling the needs of this dynamic share of the workforce, which is projected to continue to grow exponentially, real estate agencies have the opportunity to pursue the shared office space model as a sustainable alternative to the dated corporate building leasing or selling tactic.”

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