Many workers aren't excited about going back to the office.
More than 40% of employees say they would start looking for a new job if their company does not provide long-term options to work from home, according to the 2021 Pulse of the American Worker Survey from Prudential.
But if you are planning to find a remote job, you should make some changes to your resume, according to Brie Reynolds, career development manager at recruiting site FlexJobs.
"You really do have to put yourself out there as somebody who can work remotely and work flexibly," Reynolds said. "And that includes being comfortable with technology, being able to do online meetings and having an understanding of different platforms that companies communicate on."
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