Anatomy of a virtual office

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Now that you’re working from home 95 percent of the time, the corner of your family room may no longer meet your office needs. Instead, follow these tips to set up a virtual home office that keeps you productive—and gives off the right impression.

Splurge on an ergonomic chair and proper-sized desk. Uncomfortable office furniture can lead to back and neck discomfort, according to the University of North Carolina’s Department of Environment, Health and Safety. The Mayo Clinic recommends that your desk be high enough to leave room for your knees, thighs, and feet. Also, your chair should be adjusted

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