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During the last few years, thanks to globalization and the use of the Internet, remote work began its gradual expansion. However, it was not until the arrival of the pandemic that this trend took off, being even requested by many companies. We are talking about the digital nomad, who can work from anywhere in the world without any problem.


Although the health contingency is already being left behind and many bosses asked their employees to return to their face-to-face work, digital nomadism is here to stay. Teleworking goes beyond being at home sending reports or creating projects and proposals. The world has become the office and work area for these nomads, we tell you more below!

What is a digital nomad?

It is a person, usually young (although there are those of all ages), who works remotely. Is it telecommuting, then? Not necessarily. In teleworking people work from their homes (although it can be in coworking space) and would even be required to have a dress code. In the case of digital nomadism, the person goes from here to there, not limited to a coffee shop or their city, but travels to other cities, even outside the country.


Of course, the only limitation that these nomadic workers have is to have an excellent quality of WiFi to be able to perform their work. To do so, they use appropriate technological tools and take great care in where they stay or work. And although confinement has come to an end, the number of these traveling workers has not decreased, but rather increased.

Who can be a digital nomad?

It’s common to think that only bloggers are digital nomads… not so. The professions that move online are increasing every day, from a life or health coach, to someone who does translations. E-commerce, meanwhile, has also made life easier for these professionals, who also need to travel to many places because of their work.


For their part, there are youtubers and podcasters dedicated to online role-playing games, writers, editors, proofreaders, photographers, editors, story tellers, psychotherapists… These are just some of the professions that are standing out in digital nomadism, and there are more and more.

Advantages of the digital nomad

On the one hand, they have the freedom to choose from where to work to how long to work. Before it would have been unthinkable to give a consultation or advice online, but it is no longer unthinkable. Meeting people, making work and business contacts, even finding a partner, are part of the advantages. It is possible to live while traveling and visit places you would never have imagined going to because work was holding you back. You don’t have to pay rents or offices, saving also on housing. How is this possible? Because digital nomadism is linked to coliving.

Digital nomadism and coliving

In addition to earning even more than someone working behind a desk, the digital nomad saves a lot of money on travel by sharing living space with others. That’s what coliving is all about, having an extremely comfortable room (shared or not) with all the necessary infrastructure, and of course, with excellent WiFi!Lodgerin is the company dedicated to coliving, where you can make your dream of traveling the world come true. You will be staying in an ideal place, safe, clean, with adequate space for your needs, at a good cost and meeting other entrepreneurs like you. For more information, contact us through our website by filling out the form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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