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  • WFH Airbnbs help people separate work and home life
  • WFH Airbnbs help people separate work and home life
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WFH Airbnbs help people separate work and home life

Airbnb has reported an increase in guests seeking out 'remote working' spaces to recreate a 9-5 out of the home. With a domestic setup not working for everyone, there’s an opportunity for brands to help people adapt their environments for greater privacy and professionalism.

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