I hate to break it to you, but just because digital nomads are remote workers, does not mean all remote workers are digital nomads.
Depending on your industry, you may be able to run a company entirely from your smartphone. Some guidelines from Laura Gayle.
Remote work is becoming more and more common, but good communication can still be an issue. Here are some tips for effective communication when working within a distributed team, from Nora Mork.
Though working remotely is on the rise, most employers aren’t sold on it just yet. Here’s how to get around that hurdle when applying for remote jobs, by Chloe Bennet.
43% of the U.S. workforce now works remotely at least some of the time. Maybe you should be too. Kayla Matthews on figuring out whether your job is a good candidate for going remote.
You travel outside of the country for work, and bam! You can’t log on to your company’s network and you’re locked out of Netflix. Jordan Choo on some simple things you can do to get around geo-restrictions online.
During my early days in Cape Verde, blackouts were frequent and sometimes lasted hours. One blackout lasted for days. Working remote from a developing country definitely has its trials. Here are some things to consider, by Ann Brown.
Almost one third of employees around the globe are regularly working remotely. This infographic from Nucleus outlines some remote work facts and stats. By Sarah Allen.