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In an increasingly ‘gig’ economy, where freelancers, part-timers and remote workers make up a significant chunk of the workforce, co-working spaces are popping up in more and more locations across the globe. It is thought that the co-working workforce is set to skyrocket to 50% by 2020, with more co-working spaces appearing every month.
Liberty Games have analysed the number of WeWork offices around the world, along with the average price to rent a hot-desk and a private office, to reveal which cities are the best for co-working. You can view the interactive index here.
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New York City comes in first place as the city with most co-working spaces – 60 in total, with four of these having a games room to refresh and relax in
The Co-working Space index reveals that the Indian city of Bengaluru is the cheapest city in which to rent both a private office and hot-desk in a co-working space, with a hot-desk costing £106 a month, and a private office costing £249 a month
The data reveals that London has a total of 47 co-working spaces, nine of which include a games room – this makes London the city with the highest amount of games rooms and the second highest number of co-working spaces overall
Tokyo, Japan is the most expensive city to rent a co-working space in, with a hot-desk costing £511 a month, and a private office costing £14,522 a month
View the data here: https://www.libertygames.co.uk/content/best-cities-for-co-working/