Silicon Valley is famous for outlandish job perks.
Amenities like foosball tables, nap pods, and office pubs are ostensibly meant to lure tech professionals in a cutthroat hiring market. But the more cynical explanation is that they blur the lines between work and home to numb employees to the long hours demanded of them.
Perhaps, then, it only makes sense that the logical endpoint of this new evolution in office culture is the ultimate perk: a home.
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