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TravelAge West: Digital Nomads Changing Travel

Now, more than ever, remote work is on the rise as professionals are increasingly working within the confines of their homes due to the COVID-19 crisis. With the flexibility to work remotely, it makes sense that digital nomadism is an increasingly enticing lifestyle — and the burgeoning trend is changing the travel industry and compelling travel advisors to shift their focus.

By 2025, 36.2 million Americans will be working remotely — an 87% increase from pre-pandemic numbers — according to Upwork’s “Future Workforce Pulse Report.” In fact, managers believe that 26.7% of the workforce will still be fully remote in 2021. Remote job board suggests that, while most remote jobs require people to live in specific geographic areas, work-from-anywhere jobs are cropping up for everyone from developers and designers to customer support professionals and marketing managers.


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