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The rise of digital nomads after the pandemic


The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a worldwide increase in remote work. Most "remote workers" have a home base where they spend the majority of their time. They may travel and work from another location for a few days or weeks before returning to their home base, which differentiates them from “digital nomads”. Digital nomads are an amalgamation of the long-term ex-pat and the two-week vacationer.


Key features of digital nomads

Digital Nomads are a group of self-employed individuals who have chosen to live a location-independent, technology-enabled lifestyle that allows them to travel and work remotely from anywhere in the world. According to a research[2] , ( 4.8 million independent workers currently describe themselves as digital nomads, and 17 million more aspire to be nomadic in the future.

The most important requirement for destinations and accommodations is reliable internet, followed by good weather and a low cost of living.

The ability to travel constantly, experience different cultures, and meet local people are the primary reasons for adopting the digital nomad lifestyle.


Reason for the increasing phenomenon

Many factors contribute to the ability of independent workers to become digital nomads, including the rise of co-living and co-working spaces, the expansion of online talent marketplaces, digital nomad tour services, and the rise of helpful online information sites aimed both at nomads and travelers in general.

Moreover, Covid-19 is the main reason for the increasing number of digital nomads.

In 2020, the United States and the rest of the world experienced a seismic shift toward remote work, accelerated in large part by the COVID-19 pandemic. This shift has impacted the full-time worker's experience, further increasing the population of American digital nomads. The number of digital nomads in the United States has also increased dramatically, nearly tripling since 2019.


Lisbon- the first city in the world for digital nomads

Lisbon is one of the top digital nomad destinations in the world. The city provides many incredible benefits to digital nomads, including excellent weather, low living costs, and a large digital nomad community.

Portugal is located on the outskirts of Western Europe and provides digital nomads with a prime location in the heart of the continent. Visitors adore the city's history, which includes castles that date back hundreds of years. Furthermore, historic architecture can be found on every street corner in Lisbon.



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