Oh, how times have changed! Back in 2018, less than 10% of Canadian employers offered remote work to employees. Once the pandemic hit, though, over 40% of us found ourselves working from home. For some, the idea of remote work got welcomed with open arms. For others, it was a nightmare attempting to find any semblance of a balanced work and home life. An interesting link was also discovered. Working from home and depression can walk hand in hand. Are you concerned that the pandemic has affected your mental state? Are you feeling like the isolation of remote work is starting to impact your daily life? Read on to learn more about the connection between working from home and depression. We'll provide insights and actionable advice that you can follow to feel better.