Remote worker in Maine? Take the virtual worker survey

Posted Tuesday, September 13, 2016 by Rob Landry in coworking, data, Maine, remote workforce

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The first ever survey of “remote/mobile/virtual workers” is underway to better understand the prevalence of remote work and what is important to people who make their living in this way.

If you fit this profile, please complete this 5-10 minute survey.

The deadline is Friday, September 16th. Over 300 have been completed to date and researchers would like to get more than 500 responses.

Please forward the survey to your coworking friends.  The input of Think Tankers as critical to creating an accurate picture of the mobile workforce in Maine.

Watch for the results - which will lead to strategies for ensuring that Portland  - and Maine as a whole - grow as preferred choices for remote workers.

Thanks to Ryan Wallace at The Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) at the University of Southern Maine, who is conducting this research.


Take the survey



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