Making Money Working Remotely is Not a Trend, It’s Here to Stay

As a mom of 4, I wanted to figure out how to make money 100% online.

Pasha Carter featured in CW Magazine

I was tired of hopping on planes, going to meetings, and being away from my family. I set out on a quest to figure out how to make millions without leaving my home. I am happy to say that I cracked the code. Now, I spend my days teaching people how to make money online.

Some things come along in the workplace that disappears as quickly as they come. Things like treadmill desks and open office concepts are simply trends that came along in the last decade or so and may vanish in time.

Working remotely is not one of these trends. Working remotely is much more than a passing fad; it is the new normal in work culture and will only continue to drastically change the way we work and live in the future. Working remotely is here to stay.

Why Working Remotely is at an All-time High

There are many reasons that remote work and working from home are more than a trend. The way business works in 2020 makes working from home sensible for so many reasons. Here are three of the main reasons working remotely is at an all-time high.

Online business. The internet has changed the way we do business and has put both companies and clients just a click away. In the U.S. alone, consumers spent over $600 billion online, which is an almost 15% increase from the year before. When so much business is done on computers, an office or a storefront is no longer a necessity.

Home-based business. The gig economy has changed the way people work and changed 57 million Americans entrepreneurs. Add that to the 600,000 plus businesses started each year – many of them from home – and you can see why home businesses have become a way of life.

Remote work for corporate employees. It is a win-win situation for both employer and employee. Employers save on office space, salary, and perks while also experiencing less absenteeism and turnover. Remote employees have more freedom, independence, less commuting stress, and a better work/life balance. It is a setup that is good for all.