Julie Geiger, who snapped this selfie with her dog Sadie, works five days a week from her Frisco home. She is a marketing specialist for veterinarians across North America. She is among a growing number of Americans who spend some or all of their typical work week “telecommuting” from home.
Julie Geiger, who snapped this selfie with her dog Sadie, works five days a week from her Frisco home. She is a marketing specialist for veterinarians across North America. She is among a growing number of Americans who spend some or all of their typical work week “telecommuting” from home. Courtesy of Julie Geiger
Julie Geiger, who snapped this selfie with her dog Sadie, works five days a week from her Frisco home. She is a marketing specialist for veterinarians across North America. She is among a growing number of Americans who spend some or all of their typical work week “telecommuting” from home. Courtesy of Julie Geiger

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