"The Era of the 9-5 Job is Over"
I found an interesting posting by Ben Parr through Twitter this week. It began with, "The era of the 9-5 job is over."
It actually spawned two other blog posts for me.
The statistics shared were staggering and shows the evolution of technology and the workplace.
I know I'm grateful to get immediate email and information from my smart phone.
Many real estate agents enjoy the ease of a tablet or a laptop.
Clouds hold our information for easy access.
It's all amazing.
Did you know more than 65 million tables are expected to be sold this year alone? (And that 65% of mobile workers are already using one?)
A Cisco study says 3 of 5 workers polled say they don't need an office to be productive, and in regards to WORLDWIDE mobile, 32% of employees now rely on a mobile device during a typical workday.
I'm glad I don't need to be tied to an office, but I'm also glad we have four "bases" scattered throughout Tucson to stop in for our business needs. Autonomy is great, mobile business is certainly handy, but sometimes, my clients need "hands on".
Wherever I am, you can catch me on my smart phone. I answer, unless I'm with a client, and then I'll get back to you the moment I'm free. Text, email, voice mail, or direct call - I'm available - and I reply.
If I can assist you in your home buying or selling in Marana, Tucson, Oro Valley, or Vail, please don't hesitate to call me! Email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cara Marcelle Mancuso, Long Realty, (520)909-2988
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