As hybrid and remote work becomes more common, many young people are choosing to work away from the office, but this can affect both their social lives and careers. 

“Traditionally, the office has been a breeding ground for friendships. Our research shows that work is second only to school as a place where people meet their closest friends,” says Linda Trim, director at workplace design consultancy Giant Leap...

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