Want to work remotely? You’re in luck.

https://www.google.com/search?site=&tbm=isch&source=hp&biw=1920&bih=934&q=remote+work&oq=remote+work&gs_l=img.3..0l10.30100.31706.0.33257.11.9.0.2.2.0.106.575.7j2.9.0....0...1ac.1.64.img..0.11.594.nPZrIzULFs8#imgrc=g54u5FG8HeHgJM%3AWith high-speed Internet a given almost everywhere – and local STEM talent not a given anywhere (even in popular tech hubs), it’s not surprising that working remotely is an increasing trend in the tech industry.

 Employers are getting creative in their search for potential employees – and that means looking remotely, then offering candidates job opportunities without requiring them to relocate.

 It seems like a win-win for both tech workers and employers, but it isn’t always. For example, working in an actual office, where interactions are in-person, not only makes communication easier and more efficient, it also makes it more personal. Without those face-to-face communications, it can be difficult to build rapport.

 Yet even with the challenges working from afar presents, the Internet keeps us more connected than ever. Building solid relationships while working remotely is possible, it just requires a certain type of worker who is excellent at staying in the loop and reaching out via email or phone to keep communication open.

 And although employers are offering opportunities to work remotely, they won’t hire just anyone for those positions. They’re looking for people with proven experience completing big projects from home without close supervision. And as always, they’re looking for proven results. Tech workers with this type of experience under their belts should have no trouble working remotely if they choose to do so.

 Looking for a new opportunity in engineering, information technology, or finance and accounting? Contact TRC Professional Solutions today.

 

 

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