Tweetable statistics about sharing law office space, straight from the experts.
The way that the American workforce uses their office space has changed dramatically over the past few years. This is also true for attorneys.
Easy access to inexpensive and powerful technology has made it possible for all businesses, including lawyers, to work from a smaller office footprint, or simply do away with a brick & mortar office altogether.
But just because you have the ability to run a law practice from your dining room table, is that necessarily the best decision for the success of your firm?
Here are a few “Tweetable” stats, straight from the experts, that will help you better understand today’s changing landscape of shared office space:
- Multiple studies have shown that solos sharing law office space earned at least 30% more than their counterparts in either a home office or independent space. –Carolyn Elefant, MyShingle.com
- 90% of workers in shared space got a self-confidence boost due to supportive communities and creative collaboration. —Lydia Dishman, Fast Company
- 85% of lawyers sharing law office space noticed an increase in motivation. —Stephen Furnari, Law Firm Suites
- Coffee shop vs. Coworking: A dozen customers wanting your table and power outlet when in a coffee shop. —FastCompany Comment
- 60% of solos sharing law office space reported greater work/life balance. —Law Firm Suites Survey
- 64% of workers are happier today than two years ago because of increased flexibility and clearer work/life balance. —MindMetre
- 68% of attorneys report an increase in income after moving into shared law office space. —Law Firm Suites Survey