With so many companies embracing remote work, the digital nomad lifestyle has been pushed center-stage. Digital nomads take advantage of remote work to travel the world and work from exotic locations.
The movement has grown so much that countries are now offering residency incentives for digital nomads looking for a new ‘office’. Most recently, the dual island nation of Antigua/Barbuda has rolled out a ‘Nomad Digital Residence Programme’. The program allows nomads to live and work in the country for up to two years. Other countries with similar programs include Barbados, Estonia, Bermuda and Georgia.
Have you thought about becoming a digital nomad? Where would you go first?