Since the coronavirus pandemic, everyone was confined in their homes. Closures of public places, businesses, schools, institutions and offices made for a very apocalyptic situation. However, the unsung hero rose from the dark times and saved many people and businesses. That unsung hero is the internet.
Thanks to the internet, we were able to not feel the adverse effects of the pandemic because everything is now possible remotely. At first, people were a little skeptic and confused about the work but after a while everything switched to remote working. We all got used to the new normal which was stay home and save lives.
The lockdown made it mandatory to working from home and people are now enjoying remote working that they may not go back to their workplaces ever. Many businesses were saved from going bankrupt because the employees were hard at work from home. Many students have now become a part of remote learning. All of your responsibilities right at the comfort of your armchair.
The comfortable living and life of employees and employers is caused by the internet. So much so that people are now quitting the city life to enjoy the suburbs and work in beautiful surroundings. The post-pandemic market of the UK has grown. Despite the house prices being up 5 percent year-on-year, they are selling faster the pre-pandemic. Mostly because the people are looking for more space to work from home.
There are many towns in the UK which are, statistically, best for working remotely. After a detailed research, a data was structured on broadband speeds, green spaces, café life, and even anxiety levels. Here is an infographic that shows the best towns in the UK for remote working.
Infographic by: resume.io