Working remotely has become the new way to earn a living for millions of people around the globe. Another group of workers, digital nomads, have chosen a location-independent lifestyle that is reliant on technology to stay connected.
According to TRUiC research, the AI-powered incorporation resource used by new startups globally, digital nomads favour the US for their business incorporation, marketing services and web hosting, no matter where they choose to live. Unlike their remote working counterparts, digital nomads don’t stay in one geographic area, but move around their countries or explore the world as they work. The number of U.S. digital nomads grew by almost 50% in one year, rising from 7.3. million in 2019 to 10.9 million last year.
Where are Digital Nomads Choosing to Work?
Even though opportunities for digital nomads to work overseas decreased during the pandemic, Americans took advantage of the fact that some countries offered special visas for newcomers. These…