Monday, May 16

Has been in the home office for two years: – We pay a high price for the government being slow

Home offices are not very intrusive, according to the health authorities. Not everyone under the age of 30 agrees, according to a recent survey.

Julian Hjallum does not think it is particularly fun to be in a home office in the second year. His opinion is supported by a recent study conducted by the University of Bergen.

Julian Hjallum’s living room has become his office. At 4 pm every day, he finishes work. Then he likes to sit unkempt on the sofa with sweatpants. Work and everyday life blend into each other.

– Home office chokes the whole social life. Both during working hours and after. I become antisocial and stationary, he says.

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