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Top 4 places to work remotely in Anoka County

Anoka County is a great place to live and work from home because it’s close to both Minneapolis and St. Paul, while still providing the charm of small-town living. If you’re interested in working remotely, you have plenty of options here with Anoka County’s low cost of living and high availability of housing that allows you to rent or buy large amounts of space that can be shared with your employees or other remote workers. Here are the top five places in Anoka County to work remotely so you can maximize your time while minimizing your commute.



1. Home


This is obviously number 1. It does require a little discipline and planning, but it’s worth it.


One of the greatest advantages to working from home is that it’s so affordable. There are no commute costs, no office lease fees, and you don’t have to shell out for a new wardrobe. For people who are transitioning back into employment after being out of work or taking time off to raise children, finding a home-based job can be a great way to ease into something new while still being able to spend time with your family.


2. Vocate


A new co-working and private office business center that is now open in Ham Lake. It offers free coffee, executive offices, large event center, conference rooms, and even premium marketing services like professional headshots and websites.


Vocate has the fastest wifi in Ham Lake and offers endless amenities to help your company grow. Vocate also gives their members the option to host or attend any events or conferences in their conference rooms, which are roomy and equipped with comfortable chairs and space to gather with up to 100 of your closest friends! They even offer free coffee and professional headshots. They pride themselves on being able to provide amazing benefits for their tenants so that they can focus on business without having many distractions. They believe in collective brilliance—which means that you get access to all sorts of coworkers, from business developers and graphic designers to accountants. This way if you need anything, no matter how small it may be, it will always be addressed immediately.




3. Coffee Shop


This requires less discipline than working from home because you can bring your laptop and get away with working for only an hour here or there. People watching never gets old.


Coffee shops offer a great environment to be productive and offer delicious amenities. For example, in my town’s coffee shop I can choose from a huge selection of sandwiches and pastries to go with my chai latte. Another perk is that most coffee shops have wi-fi connections and power outlets so you can work comfortably. And finally, these spots are great for hosting a client meeting if you need to meet someone outside of your home office.


4. Library


Libraries are great spots if you’re looking for something quiet while not having to pay anything extra out of pocket.


Libraries are the best kept secret because their free and are quiet. Libraries usually have wifi available and are quiet places to work. If you’re considering working from home but you can’t think of a place that has enough space for your office, the library is a great option for you! They’re also really accepting of people who work from their locations, especially if they look like they’re just studying.





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