For most people, the lure of the open road and less-than-staying-at-home tend to be alluring. Digital nomads like the freedom to do whatever they please as long as things are functional.
The nomadic lifestyle works very well in many ways, but it can improve by adding some extra comforts.
With the flexibility to choose the location they want to work and the type of work they want to do, digital nomads have many options. And once they find a company they like and that work well with their schedule, they can often stick with them as they work remotely.
The rise of “slowmad”-specific visas, such as in Indonesia, which allow employees to remain in specified locations for a long time without becoming subject to a nation’s taxes or laws, is partly responsible for the increased digital nomad conversations, as shown in the data above. Using Pulsar TRAC, we can witness such on-ground discussions in Asia and globally.
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