Employment: A step up from working in PJs

Let’s consider the problem of Alex Hillman, 23, Web entrepreneur, quasi-college student and architect of the Philadelphia version of an international trend known as co-working.

“Three months working at my house, I was talking to the cat, and I don’t even have a cat,” Mr. Hillman said, describing what had happened after he quit his job as a Web designer in December. “I was going crazy without the socializing.”

No, he didn’t buy a cat.

Instead, he got together with a group of work-at-home entrepreneurs, found some hip space in Philadelphia’s Old City, and set up desks so he and others like him could work-at-work.

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