The best co-working spaces in the world

The best co-working spaces in the world

The best co-working spaces in the world

Remote working is not synonymous with being at home all day long. Going out and working elsewhere is good. Here we bring you a guide of good spots.

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Today we can work from anywhere in the world. It is no longer necessary, in most cases, to go to the company every day. Still, being at home all day is not good either and many prefer to find workplaces to work. Are you looking for a comfortable place to work? : Here are a listo of the best coworking spaces in the world, and their reviews.

HiTide Surf Hostel

The view across the beach from the beautiful rooftop terrace, the sound of the waves, the chilled vibe, and the positivity of the place are simply amazing. The crew that’s working in the hostel will exceed your expectations and their energy is contagious. This place is super tidy, has lovely decorations, and has a good internet connection. See more

 

Delicious Raw

It’s a cozy place, with individual tables and shared desks in a living-room-style setting. A low level of noise allows you to get the job done. They serve amazing, healthy food, freshly made juices, and delicious coffee. Their staff is super friendly and you can be assured they’ll know your name after a couple of visits. See more

 

Out of office

It’s a nice place surrounded by nature. You can even spend your lunch break having a walk at the beach, overlooking the sea. See more

 

Workings Obarrio

It’s a wonderful co-working space with an exceptional panoramic view . The remote work environment itself is very well equipped and comes with a few small rooms for video calls, private phone booths, and printers. In the kitchen and common area, you can make yourself a free coffee and socialize. Workings Obarrio is accessible 24/7, so you can come to work anytime. See more

Teleworking is here to stay

Thus, more and more workers decide to work remotely for companies that may not even be in the same country. Thus, more and more companies are also looking for employees outside their country. Thanks to companies like ROOTS EOR this can be done easily, quickly and legally. Saving money and bureaucratic times. Are you interested in knowing more about us? Contact Our Advisors 

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Saves employers and workers time and money, reduces stress, increases productivity, lowers exposure to office colds and flus, and helps the environment by reducing the number of commuters. These are some of the benefits of Telecommuting.

A fourth-quarter 2020 survey by Upwork, a job marketplace for remote workers and freelancers, estimates that nearly 57 percent of Americans are working from home at least some of the time, with 42 percent of that group working remotely full time.

Upwork estimates that by 2025, 36.2 million American workers will be fully remote, which is nearly double the pre-pandemic rates.

These are the 5 fastest-growing career categories for remote jobs are:

1. Web developer

They can put their skills to use in publishing, advertising, management consulting, computer systems design and other fields.

Employment growth through 2029 is projected at 8 percent, which is much faster than the average growth rate for all occupations of 4 percent, according to the BLS.

Median annual wage: $73,760

 

2. Computer support specialist

Corporations, nonprofits, call centers and many other businesses hire computer support specialists to work remotely.

The BLS projects 8 percent growth in this field through 2029 as organizations upgrade computer equipment and software.

Median annual wage: (computer network support specialist): $63,460

Median annual wage (computer user support specialist): $52,270

 

3. Virtual assistant

Virtual assistants provide administrative, technical and/or creative services for a wide range of industries such as health care, legal, government and finance. You can own a virtual assistant business or work for a company that makes you available to clients.

Because virtual assistants work in many different fields, the pay range is broad.

Median annual wage: Varies widely

 

4. Interpreter/translator

If you have a native-level proficiency in English and at least one other language, you can find work-from-home gigs with schools, hospitals, courts, corporations and other public and private sector entities. Interpreters work in a spoken language or sign language; translators work with written or audio documents.

The BLS projects 20 percent growth in this field through 2029, which is much faster than average.

Median annual wage: $51,830

 

5. Marriage and family therapist

Marriage and family therapists usually work full time and many have private practices. Online video conferencing apps such as Zoom and Skype make it possible for patients to “visit” their therapists without leaving home.

The BLS growth outlook for this profession through 2029 is 22 percent.

Median annual wage: $49,610

Do you have a company and would you like to hire some of these positions from different parts of the world? Contact Us 

Cisco is allowing its 75,000 employees to permanently work from home

Cisco is allowing its 75,000 employees to permanently work from home

Cisco is allowing its 75,000 employees to permanently work from home

An happy employer working at home
Workers get to choose if they wish full-time remote work, part-time or fully return to the office.

Even after the pandemic, the company shared the past week its new hybrid “no return to office” policy that allows employees to decide where and how they want to work.

Cisco’s approach contrasts with some tech giants who have pushed for a return to offices following the rollout of vaccines across the US. Amazon has said it intends to “return to an office-centric culture” for everyone who is not being shot into space at least. Google has signalled it will expect workers to return to offices at least one day per week starting in October.

Before the Covid-19 pandemic, Cisco was one of the few companies that already had people working from home. 14% of the staff were remote workers. Last year, where offices had to close forcibly, that number reached 75% of employees working from home.

When most employees began working remotely amid COVID-19 outbreaks and mandated shutdowns. However, Cisco managers found that productivity didn’t seem to take a hit from remote work, in fact it looks like they were more productive when they didn’t have to commute or listen to managers witter on about moving cheese, kicking the ball running or paradigms.

Jeetu Patel, an executive vice president who manages Cisco’s security and collaboration business said: “Anecdotally, I would say we’ve seen a very high degree of productivity. As the productivity has gone up, the thing we have do as a society is to be careful of is fatigue and burnout.”

After internal surveys and managers studying the company’s productivity and outcomes during 2020-2021, they found out that productivity was not affected by working remotely.

Other factors that led the company to choose a hybrid model were saving money and hiring better talent. The main concerns are when it translates to cybersecurity and collaboration. However, Cisco has about $6 billion destined for the research and development of the company. They will be investing in technologies that support the new hybrid work model.

The company expects that 77% of employees will work in the office three days a week and the other days they’ll be working remotely.
As you will see, the effectiveness of work does not depend on finding ourselves in the same place. Do you want to add talents to your company from other parts of the world? Contact Us we do the work for you

A healthy sign: more jobs and higher wages

A healthy sign: more jobs and higher wages

A healthy sign: more jobs and higher wages

Hiring for these jobs is on the rise in 2021
Reopening made possible by vaccinations against COVID-19. 

America’s employers added 850,000 jobs in June, well above the average of the previous three months and a sign that companies may be having an easier time finding enough workers to fill open jobs. 

Friday’s report from the Labor Department was the latest evidence that the reopening of the economy is propelling a powerful rebound from the pandemic recession. Restaurant traffic across the country is nearly back to pre-pandemic levels, and more people are shopping, traveling and attending sports and entertainment events. The number of people flying each day has regained about 80% of its pre-COVID-19 levels. And Americans’ confidence in the economic outlook has nearly fully recovered.

The report also suggested that American workers are enjoying an upper hand in the job market as companies, desperate to staff up in a surging economy, dangle higher wages. In June, average hourly pay rose a solid 3.6% compared with a year ago — faster than the pre-pandemic annual pace. In addition, a rising proportion of newly hired workers are gaining full-time work, as the number of part-time workers who would prefer full-time jobs tumbled.

Hiring in June was particularly strong in restaurants, bars and hotels, which collectively absorbed the brunt of the layoffs from the recession. Those businesses added 343,000 jobs. Governments added 188,000 positions, mostly in education. And hiring by retailers picked up, with 67,000 jobs added.

Yet there are still factors holding back many people from taking jobs. About 1.6 million people said they didn’t look for work in June for fear of contracting the virus, though that figure dropped from 2.5 million in the previous month. And 2.6 million people who were working before the pandemic have retired.

There are also signs that people are re-evaluating their work and personal lives and aren’t necessarily interested in returning to their old jobs, particularly those that offer low wages. The proportion of Americans who quit their jobs in April reached its highest level in more than 20 years.

But let’s look at the positive side: the economy is being reactivated and companies are hiring more employees. Do you want to know more about how to hire people? Contact Us

4 ways to increase your productivity at work

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Hiring for these jobs is on the rise in 2021
It happened to you that you started the day making a list of things to do and when it ends you couldn’t even finish half of it?

Being productive at work can be difficult. Managing your time in ways that are conducive to your productivity is key… but it can sometimes be hard to know where to start.

Try incorporating these tips to increase that productive flow and work smarter!

Stop multitasking

According to neuroscience professor Earl K. Miller, “multitasking is not humanly possible.” We’re fooling ourselves when we say we can easily juggle phone calls, presentations, and eating lunch. Focus on one task at a time, and you’ll end up completing it faster. 

Take breaks

Studies show taking regular breaks helps concentration and boosts your mood. Take a five-minute walk around the office or spend 15 minutes grabbing that mid-afternoon coffee.

Set small goals

Sometimes, looking at our goals can be overwhelming. Seeing a handful of big projects on our calendar can be stressful but if you break it up into smaller tasks, you’ll feel more in control and will be much more productive. Rather than write down “finish project,” break that into all the tasks it will take. This will keep you on track in your day-to-day and make the bigger projects seem less daunting.

Take care of the biggest tasks when you’re most alert

Understanding when and how you work best is key to getting those big projects done on time. There’s no set schedule that works for everyone. If you’re a morning person, tackle the big tasks first thing in your day.

Not every day will be perfectly productive; don’t beat yourself up over it. Instead, refocus your energy and implement these tips and you will see good results. Not only you, but your company will also notice it. And all companies want to have employees who meet the objectives.

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10 jobs and skills that are most in demand right now for beginners

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Hiring for these jobs is on the rise in 2021
To help set you up for success as you start your career journey. Here are the highlights LinkedIn has selected for you. Check them out!

If you’re a new graduate starting your job search, there’s good news about the job market: we’re on the road to economic recovery from COVID-19 and the future looks bright. In fact, there are millions of open entry-level jobs in the U.S listed on LinkedIn right now.

The rate of hiring returning to pre-COVID times suggests that 2021 graduates are likely heading into a more stable and healthy job market.

What are the opportunities?
Looking at entry-level job openings in the US, here are the top 10 industries with the most job openings.

Transportation & Logistics

Top Jobs in this Industry: Driver, Mover, Customer Service Specialist

Healthcare

Top Jobs in this Industry: Licensed Practical Nurse, Speech Language Pathologist, Home Health Aide

Software & IT Services

Top Jobs in this Industry: Software Engineer, Developer, Project Manager, Data
Engineer 

Retail

Top Jobs in this Industry: Salesperson, Cashier, Shop Manager

Consumer Goods

Top Jobs in this Industry: Cook, Salesperson, Real Estate Specialist

Recreation & Travel

Top Jobs in this Industry: Housekeeper, Baker, Food Service Worker

Manufacturing

Top Jobs in this Industry: Automotive Technician, Manufacturing Engineer,
Software Engineer

Finance

Top Jobs in this Industry: Software Engineer, Insurance Agent, Banker

Corporate Services

Top Jobs in this Industry: Software Engineer, Project Manager, Customer Service Specialist

Construction

Top Jobs in this Industry: Carpenter, Project Manager, Electrician

It’s a fact: labor demand has reactivated and many companies are hiring employees from different parts of the world. Would you like your company to start doing but you don´t know how to? Contact Us