Developers and agents moving towards home office options
Nearly half of Irish professionals working from home say they have been using their dining or kitchen table
A relatively high proportion of Irish professionals who are working from home appear to need a more dedicated work space if they intend to continue doing so for a prolonged period.
This expectation has already encouraged some housing developers as well as other businesses to respond to the expected pick-up in demand for home office space.
According to a recent survey, as many as 47 per cent of Irish professionals working from home said they...
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