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What Make the Coworking Spaces Important

Coworking Spaces Important

Undoubtedly in a more “lively” way compared to a traditional office, coworking is the perfect recipe for those who are looking for, or need, not only for a workplace, but also for the many services offered in the structures such as for example , meeting rooms, bars, cafes and refreshment points, free training classes, Wi-Fi, printers (even in 3D), tablets and PCs, book-crossing services. If you look for any of these coworking spaces based in Sydney city then looking for the best ones is important.

This is how it works:

On average, each coworking location has various spaces (including thematic ones that can be made up of a single location or a room dedicated to meetings) that every coworker can book freely for a few hours or even for whole months. It is also possible to rent the space taking into account your own field of activity and share it with the coworkers more akin to the business project you intend to carry out.

In Italy, coworking took place between 2008 and 2010, but in recent years there has been a huge acceleration of the phenomenon. Based on studies conducted by the E-work Observatory, one of the best-known employment agencies in our country, in Italy by the year 2024 coworking, or the “shared” office, will make bye-bye mean to the “traditional” office; compared to the latter, it will be preferred by as many as 38{513a3ea69a8cae3f840e741769adf77c903b3c1df0ea138a612732eb2180f483} of workers. As a result, there will be a rise in numbers of the so-called flexible workplaces, at low cost (because to enter, you must still pay a membership), but, as we have seen, equipped with every comfort and capable of “teasing” creativity and networking professional.

The numbers of coworking

On average, in the structures present in Italy today for daily access to a workstation, they pay around 30 euros; for one-month passes, the cost is around 280 euros. 53{513a3ea69a8cae3f840e741769adf77c903b3c1df0ea138a612732eb2180f483} of professionals who opt for coworking belong to the freelance sphere; 39{513a3ea69a8cae3f840e741769adf77c903b3c1df0ea138a612732eb2180f483} are small entrepreneurs, perhaps looking for the brilliant idea to revive or increase their business and 8{513a3ea69a8cae3f840e741769adf77c903b3c1df0ea138a612732eb2180f483} are workers from private companies.

  • In favor of coworking, the majority are men, who report 58{513a3ea69a8cae3f840e741769adf77c903b3c1df0ea138a612732eb2180f483}, while, for now, women are 42{513a3ea69a8cae3f840e741769adf77c903b3c1df0ea138a612732eb2180f483}. The average age of coworkers is rather low, 31 years; which means that the formula attracts above all the younger ones who perhaps see in the coworking also the possibility of finding a satisfactory job outlet. Finally, over 80{513a3ea69a8cae3f840e741769adf77c903b3c1df0ea138a612732eb2180f483} of regular users like to work in “shared” offices that are not too large, with no more than 15 desks.

Regarding the reasons why users use shared spaces, most of them do so because they strongly appreciate the flexibility of the times (some are open 24 hours a day); moreover, it attracts a lot the idea of ​​being able to compare and have contacts with other professional realities that could also lead to profitable collaborations; and then, as mentioned, for the low cost of renting workstations.

The new trend launched by coworking shows how the way of creating “social innovation” is changing: no longer within homogeneous work groups, but by the comparison between people, professionalism, skills and different experiences. And it is in this radical socio-cultural change that the coworking boom takes place, seen as a new type of work that can not only overcome the crisis , but also create a real new way of working.

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