How the Pandemic is Changing the “Where” of Work.

A Fallen Road Sign in Downtown Miami (Photo by Anthony Rampersad)

Our planet was ripe for it. Our modern society was designed around the concept of cramming as many people into as small a space as is tolerable to maximize asset utilization and earnings. Asset here refers to anything designed to accommodate humans and earn revenues from accommodation. Think concert arenas, commercial airplanes, apartment buildings, buses and businesses in all their different forms.

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Anthony Rampersad

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Photographer | Blogger | Graphic Designer | Energy Analyst | Bibliophile | Coffee Addict | www.anthonyrampersad.com

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