Geographically, where can you work?
Question => Geographically, where can you work?
In addition, I can easily access all the major highways that converge in this area of NJ. Therefore, Northern NJ, the Jersey Shore, North East Pennsylvania, and sites between Philadelphia and Trenton are all within reach by car.
I’d like to add that I’m not afraid to drive. I travel fairly frequently to Central Vermont. Therefore, provided there’s planning and some flexibility I can be available for meetings anywhere from Philadelphia and Princeton to New Brunswick and NYC, and from Poughkeepsie (NY) and Albany (NY) to Rutland (VT), and maybe even Burlington (VT). That is, as long as those meetings aren’t too frequent. My preference is to be paid for work and productivity and not for travel time.
It goes without saying that the internet and collaboration technologies have redefined the meaning of office, office hours and geographic limitation. Time and space have become much more fluid. In addition, less commute time means more productivity, less fuel burned and ideally even a bit more downtime. While I appreciate the value of face to face and occasional office visits, there are new tools that are establishing new norms and I am always looking to take advantage of such technologies.