NEWS: Worthing tops remote working growth list

In a report commissioned by Indeed and Zoom identifying the locations across the UK with the most growth in remote and hybrid job opportunities, it was revealed that job adverts with the flexibility to work remotely have more than tripled.

Worthing has ranked first with an impressive 650% increase in remote roles and a 50% increase in total jobs available compared to pre-pandemic levels. Burnley came in second place with a 391% increase. 

The findings have been identified on a map  by HERE Technologies.

An image of a laptop and additional monitor in a home office set up. The larger monitor has an image that says 'work hard anywhere'

The new data comes as part of a wider report launched by Zoom on how the UK can strive to become a pioneer in hybrid work, which calls on the Government to take a number of steps to help capitalise on this economic opportunity.

always possible x remote working

always possible decided to give up office space and go entirely remote 6 months before the first pandemic lockdown. At that time the company had just taken on its 4th core team member. Since then we have grown to a core team of 11!

How have we developed a company culture where people can thrive and feel part of a team while working remotely? Our Head of Delivery, Sarah Freeman, reflected on this in a blog post.

Earlier this year we facilitated a number of ‘Ideas Exchange’ events in partnership with Coastal West Sussex. The purpose of these events was to bring together business leaders and local authority decision-makers to explore challenge and opportunity for local businesses in areas such as sustainability/net zero and trends affecting industrial, commercial and office accommodation in the region. Read Going Coastal – Industrial and Office Employment, a report prepared by Vail Williams.

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The Possibility Club Podcast - After Corona - The jobs and money we want next. Ideas for a post-pandemic world
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