In a curious turn of events, a 3D model predicting the appearance of remote workers in 70 years has surfaced, purportedly created by scientists. The model depicts alarming physical changes, including swollen red eyes, claw hands, swollen limbs, a hunched back, weight gain, and a mysterious condition termed “Hamilton.”
The researchers behind this sensational study assert that working from home is responsible for these adverse effects. However, skepticism arises when one questions the likelihood of such drastic changes solely attributed to remote work. Countless surveys indicate that many individuals experienced positive outcomes while working from home, including more time for exercise, healthier meal habits, stress reduction, and improved work-life balance.
Upon investigating the source, it was revealed that the study was conducted by a company named Furniture-At. This revelation raises eyebrows, as the company, presumably affected by the rise of remote work, could be employing a questionable marketing tactic disguised as scientific research.
The study’s dubious claims have been disseminated by various media outlets, including GB News, The New York Post, and The Daily Mail, among others. The episode serves as a cautionary reminder to scrutinize the motives and credibility of studies, particularly when their source has a vested interest in the outcomes, highlighting the need for vigilance even in unexpected quarters like office furniture companies.