As someone new to the workforce, you are building your career in a more global business environment than previous generations. With remote work on the rise, the number of Americans hired by international companies grew 62% last year. U.S. businesses are also progressively hiring international staff. The number of employees collaborating across time zones is growing.

While this shift has opened up new opportunities, it’s introduced new challenges, too. If you accept a position on a global team, particularly in a hybrid or fully remote environment, you should not expect to work the same hours as all of your peers. As a result, you will need to learn an increasingly important skill: asynchronous business communication.

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