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People are happy overall in their co-working space
Research - JANUARY 8, 2020

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People are happy overall in their co-working space

by Andrea Zander

People are happy overall in their co-working space, showing that businesses don’t need a traditional office space to have satisfied employees, according to a new survey from Clutch.

More than three-fourths of co-working employees (77 percent) are satisfied with their co-working space.

Clutch found the top five benefits of co-working spaces are:

In-office perks such as coffee, snacks, social events, and games (94 percent) 2. Convenient location (57 percent) 3. Opportunity to interact with other businesses (55 percent) 4. Increased flexibility (53 percent) 5. Sense of community (51 percent)

Co-working spaces give companies the benefits of a workspace without the high costs of a traditional office space.

“Not having to worry

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