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Here's a look at whats happening in the world of digital nomads.
New Service for Health Insurance for Remotees
Former British Prime Minister Theresa May once said “if you believe you are a citizen of the world, you are a citizen of nowhere”. And while that sentiment would be considered risible by just about anybody who works in today’s outward-looking technology industry, if you are a digital worker of the world, you...
Here's a list of articles that caught our eye recently about remote work. Give them a read.
MORE STARTUPS ARE LAUNCHING WITH DISTRIBUTED WORKFORCE
Mary Meeker’s latest Internet Trends Report shows that 5% of the American labor force works remotely (nearly double the 3% in 2000), representing over 8 million Americans. Also, nearly 50% of the US workforce has spent at least some time working remotely.
First there was Vermont, now Northwest Alabama is offering cash bounties to get remote workers to relocate to their states.
Vermont started accepting applications at the beginning of 2019 for the program, which pays people who work remotely for an out-of-state company to move to Vermont.The state will pay those new residents up to $10,000 over two years.
Yesterday a group of towns in Alabama made the same pledge. They even made a...
Planted's 2019 Talent Trends report reveals that 70% of jobseekers are willing to take a pay cut to work from home, among other findings.
Planted, Inc., a smart career platform that matches top business talent with innovative and growing companies, released its first annual Talent Trends report to help companies understand what jobseekers really want out of their next opportunities in a competitive hiring market.
A new study suggests that businesses that do not have a flexible workspace* policy risk losing out on top talent. Research conducted by leading flexible workspace provider, IWG, shows that 80 percent of workers in the U.S. would choose a job which offered flexible working over a job that didn't, and almost a third (30 percent) of people value being able to choose their work location over an increase in vacation time. In light of...