Who hasn't dreamt of working from a beach paradise or remote mountain on the other side of the world instead of the office? If this possibility leaves many people daydreaming, some have decided to take the plunge and embark on this adventure combining work and discovery of new countries. Called remote workers or digital nomads, these 2.0 workers are breaking the codes of the traditional work world but also revolutionising the way people travel. Tourist destinations and hoteliers alike now want to capitalise on this new market, which has experienced unprecedented growth since the health crisis.
The boom in digital nomadism Digital nomadism is a term that is becoming more and more common lately, but who are these people who choose to leave everything behind to live abroad? According to INSEE, this community is made up of as many men as women and is mostly made up of thirty-somethings...
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