Everyone remembers those days in elementary school when you always needed a buddy for field trips and other things. This buddy system has continued into the adult world at least for the Millennials. This generation seems to thrive knowing that someone always has their back. We see that with the way they live and the way they work.
Millennials tend to live in groups. They also tend to work in groups. This is why the idea of co-working spaces seems to attract this generation. There is something to be said about having a great idea in the middle of the night and knowing that you can easily find someone to share it with. There is also something to be said about knowing that you have a safety net to catch you if things bottom out. This does not mean that this group does not work hard. As a matter fact they work very hard.
The trend of office sharing or co-working is growing in popularity and spaces can be found all across the United States. As the need continues to rise, more spaces will be turned into co-working colonies. Office sharing has been proven to be a productive way to get work done and for a group of people who enjoy or need to be around people to feel supported or even challenged, this is an ideal arrangement.
So thinking that a shared working space would be ideal, but not sure where to start? There are companies scattered around the country to help you find the location that is the most ideal for you. Take a company called Workville NYC for example. They are located in New York City which is seeing a large rise in people looking for a shared working environment. Workville’s New York Offices for rent provide the space along with some other perks like fresh coffee around the clock, mail services, printers, internet, phones, cleaning, dry cleaning, and even privacy. There space has terraces so you do not feel like you are closed in a box while you are working. There are spaces for meetings and spaces for when you want to be alone. It is a space that you can meet up with your buddy and know that someone has your back.