There’s one category of professionals you will always find in a coworking space: freelancers. In fact, the 2017 Global Coworking Survey found that just under 40% of coworking space professionals are freelancers. What gives? Well, if you’re a professional freelancer, listen up, because below we explain why freelancers use coworking spaces more than any other professional status.
The Studio Coworking Member Profile Series introduces various members of The Studio Coworking, giving us a better understanding of Roseville area businesses and why they choose to cowork. Meet Jesse Garcia!
Simply put, coworking is a shared workspace where professionals from any industry can work independently or together. A coworking space might look a lot like your employer’s traditional office with similar amenities like wi-fi, printers, meeting rooms, office supplies, and all that jazz. However, it’s better (do we sound biased?) thanks to the incredible amount of flexibility that comes with a shared office space. So, how does coworking work?