Working from home: Luxury or invite for stress?

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This Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015, image provided by Microsoft shows the Surface Pro 4 at a Windows 10 Devices Event, in New York. With the new Surface Pro 4, typing on a Microsoft tablet finally feels like typing on a regular laptop. (Mark Von Holden/Microsoft via AP)

A study by the United Nations labor agency has re-examined the benefits of working from home.

The study, which can be read in full here, states that the technology we have today to work from home can be a blessing but can also interfere with your work-life balance.

Interviews were done with workers and experts across the globe.

The results highlight the positive effects of working from home, such as better work-day organization and the elimination of a commute.

But the study says working from home “blurs the boundaries between work and personal life.”

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