K-State ramps up efforts to support training for remote work in Kansas 

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Not too long ago, working from home was a rarity for employees in most organizations.

Then came a global pandemic.

“Remote work exploded and I don’t think we’re going back to the way it used to be,” said Ron Wilson, director of the Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development. “Remote work is going to continue to be a part of our economy.”

Wilson is part of a Kansas State University team that has formed a partnership with Utah State University to offer month-long online classes in Kansas that will provide certification as a remote work professional or remote work leader.

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