Digital Nomads Part 1

From my Digital Workspace Works podcast. Please enjoy the episode and show notes: Podcast Link: https://www.digitalworkspace.works/digital-nomads-part-1/ Are you ready to “work from anywhere”? CEOs and HR leaders expect 43% of the workforce to continue working remotely or within a hybrid model after the pandemic according to a recent survey by Lakeside Software and ESI ThoughtLab. Being part of this 43% of flex workers can open up new possibilities for integrating work within your lifestyle. For some, ditching the commute enables them to move out of busy urban centers to cheaper, greener areas. Others may go full digital nomad and traverse the globe with little more than a laptop and a few change of clothes. From working at the local coffee shop to extending family vacations while answer emails by the pool, as vaccinations increase and restrictions ease, many more workers will be exposed to the delights — and some of the challenges — of digital nomadship. This episode is the first in a series exploring what it means to be a digital nomad in this new era of work as well as tips and tricks to work from anywhere with greater ease. Topics — Ryan’s Mac update Digital nomads: — Why now? — Who are they? — Different types — Pros & cons

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Ryan Purvis

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I enjoy learning and sharing what I learn. I’m actively involved in AI, Machine Learning and Bot projects. Opinions are my own.

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