Last night I had a conversation with journalist Cam Wilson, who brought up something I hadn’t thought about - that the nature of remote work removes the specific geographic friction of changing one’s job. To paraphrase Wilson, when changing job is basically the same as logging into a new Slack, the shift when you start a new position isn’t as significant and, by that same logic, leaving a job is no longer a situation that involves uprooting your life and changing your routines to start anew.
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