What is the key difference between the two? Or I can say the pros and cons between a home-based and an office-based worker? Whatever you choose, they are both good because you will gain experience, new skills, and of course you will learn how to make some money to live.
Here are some differences between Home-based and office based
You only have one boss or contact person
In home based, you only need to talk to the person who hired you. Most of the time these are small business owners looking for a helping hand. Basically, you only have one boss unlike with the office based you have your supervisor, managers, team leader checking your work.
You can work where ever you want
One perk of working at home is that you can actually move to a new location or have a vacation overseas as you can easily access your work anywhere you are using your laptop.
You can demand how much salary you want
Being a home based you’re the one who will decide how much you want to get in your work things. But again, this depends on the level of expertise/skills you have in a certain field of work.
No need to go to the office
You can just stay home wherever you want to work, or you don’t need to pay for transportation every day.
Work with a team
If you are the type of person that loves working with someone else, then I suggest you go outside find a decent work that you will enjoy. Not just because it is your passion, but because there are some other people who loves what you are doing.
Office based you will have benefits that company pays for medical insurance, beer Fridays, outings, and team buildings that you can enjoy.
Gain more experience
When you choose to work in an office, your boss wants you to be flexible. They will start training you on new stuff that can improve your career , so you will gain more experience and knowledge that you can use on your future endeavor.
In the company, they want you to be more productive and at the same time see a growth not just for the company but for also their employees. Employee growth means gaining more knowledge, so that you can pass these to future generations or new staff in your company by providing free training to enhance their skills.