distance work
(DIS.tuns wurk) n. Office work performed at a remote location.

Example Citation:
In order to overcome obstacles and thrive in a distance work arrangement, telecommuters must be able to direct and discipline their own performance and manage their time well.
—Victor Y. Haines III et al., "Environmental and person antecedents of telecommuting outcomes," Journal of End User Computer, July 2002

Earliest Citation:
With distance learning, distance medicine and distance work, we could liberate rural America in a way which would raise the quality of life, increase the take-home pay, and raise the range of choices for people in an explosion of new opportunities.
—Newt Gingrich, "REMARKS BY U.S. REPRESENTATIVE NEWT GINGRICH BEFORE THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION'S RESIDENTS' CLUB HYATT REGENCY HOTEL, WASHINGTON D.C.," Federal News Service, November 15, 1994

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