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Working in Clark County: Noah Root, Focus Space NW

By Hope Martinez, Columbian news assistant
Published: November 7, 2022, 6:02am
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Founded as a response to the rise of working from home due to the pandemic, Focus Space NW seeks to offer flexible options to remote workers in an ever evolving post-COVID landscape.
Founded as a response to the rise of working from home due to the pandemic, Focus Space NW seeks to offer flexible options to remote workers in an ever evolving post-COVID landscape. (James Rexroad for The Columbian) Photo Gallery

In the spring of 2020, office buildings across Clark County suddenly went dark as COVID-19 descended. Kitchen tables, guest bedrooms, and even garages became makeshift office desks, cubicles and work studios.

Some workers have returned to their original workplaces. But many are still working from home using their same improvised setups.

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