Demand for specific skills in the remote workforce has increased with technological advances. The disparity in acquiring these skills can hinder individuals aiming for a WFH lifestyle. This user denotes a misalignment of available WFH jobs and the population wanting to work from home.
Demand for WFH jobs has surged due to technology, changing preferences, and the pandemic’s effects, outpacing supply and creating a job market gap. A user suggests companies' return-to-office calls intensify this imbalance.
"Common misconceptions about WFH include less workload, long breaks and time for personal errands. Applicants often misconstrue WFH with high pay, full flexibility and easy tasks." A user said, "Many mistakenly think WFH allows time for childcare."