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As an experienced remote worker for more than 7 years, I know the frustration of working 60+ hours a week. Staying in hotels rooms, eating dinner all by yourself in a restaurant and coming back to an empty hotel room while continue your “homework” for the remaining of the night until probably midnight.
Yes, other co-workers see you as the “Wow, I wish that I had your job!”
I am saying, “No, you don’t want to have my job!”. You get to sleep in your own bed every single night. You get to be with your significant other every night while I am all alone in a hotel room working until midnight in order to catch up with the “office/checklist” that the job requires me to complete.
I am doing the job of 2 employees and getting the pay of 1 person.