Co-working: When the home office is away from home


Freelancers, consultants and entrepreneurs no longer need to work out of their homes or garages. Instead, they can rent space at “co-working” firms, such as WeWork, that provide a place to plug in as well as all the perks of a shared office space, from baristas and tap rooms to day care. Tony Dokoupil examines the co-working industry, which has grown from as few as 70 people in 2007 to 1.5 million worldwide, and is expanding beyond the parameters of simple working space. (This story originally aired on April 15, 2018)

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  1. Fast forward to 2020: WeWork is laying off 1,000 people, Adam Neumann was basically fired and the co-working dream is dead.

  2. It means you'll get ur termination notice digitally. Followed by digital repo of ur car. Followed by virtual retirement. Good luck living on digital food.

  3. Moose International just came out with something like this called "Lodgical". I never heard of the co-working concept until I read it in their magazine.


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