Great question! I'm super passionate about the entire customer experience, so I think I'll always work with customers to an extent.
There are so many great opportunities in technology, and I'd like to continue challenging myself and learn new things. I don't plan on going back to an office any time soon. I'd like to continue the remote lifestyle for a while.
Although, I am considering visiting a co-working space once or twice a week to be around more people. I don't know if I'll always work remotely, but I'm definitely excited and energized about it right now.
It's been a really positive thing for my mental health and overall happiness.
Jake was burned out on the San Francisco lifestyle—see how he transitioned from working in-office to working remotely for a remote-friendly company.
Read full interview from Interview with Jake, a customer success manager for Atlassian.
I really can’t say. I hope to build a business that allows me to support myself, or I might run back to corporate at any moment! If that happens, I will keep hustling and building my side gig.
I think freelancing is the way the world of work is heading. People can have the autonomy, less commuting, and more variety in the types of projects they work on, while companies can hire freelancers on a project-by-project basis.
Knowing how to work outside of the corporate paradigm will be an advantage. Maybe I can even teach others who take on this new adventure!
Pamela is new to the world of freelancing. In this interview, she shares the ups and downs of adjusting to the gig economy.
Read full interview from Interview with Pamela, a travel writer adjusting to freelancing.
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