Digital Nomad

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From the Nomad Network:

"Technically, we’re “Location Independent Professionals,” but we like the sound of Nomad: wandering the steppes, the mountains, the beaches or anywhere else, Nomads aren’t tied to one spot. We’re revolutionizing the idea of “work." Thanks to advances in telecommunications, many people, people like you, don’t necessarily have to go to an office to do their job. Basically, this means we work remotely. It’s just that instead of working from “home” or a local coffee shop, we’ve taken things a step further and work from different cities, different countries, different continents. All we need is a laptop, an internet connection, our skillsets and a bit of entrepreneurial spirit."



From ChatGPT:

""The Rise of the Digital Nomad" by MBO Partners (2021): According to this report, in 2020, there were an estimated 10.9 million independent workers in the United States who identified as digital nomads or digital nomad wannabes.

"Digital Nomad Survey" by FlexJobs and MBO Partners (2019): This survey estimated that 4.8 million Americans described themselves as digital nomads. However, it's worth noting that this survey was conducted before the COVID-19 pandemic, which might have influenced the numbers.

Remote work data: Remote work, which often overlaps with the digital nomad lifestyle, has become increasingly popular. Global Workplace Analytics reported that in the United States, the number of remote workers had been steadily growing even before the pandemic, reaching around 4.7 million in 2019."