Wish you could relocate your cubicle to a beach in Thailand? Join the club.
It seems like remote work is on everyone’s mind lately.
In the US alone, 37% of workers say they telecommute — up from 9% in 1995 — according to a 2015 Gallup poll.
And that number is expected to increase in coming years with a new generation entering the workforce.
Roughly 68% of millennial job seekers said that an option to work remotely would sweeten any job deal, according to a survey by networking site AfterCollege.
To tap into the increasingly mobile pool of professionals around the world, a new crop of “workation” retreats offers hassle-free nomadic experiences where freelancers, entrepreneurs and even full-time employees can plug into a new “office” space in remote corners of the globe.
A handful of programs target aspiring digital nomads and the career-change set. Others differentiate themselves by industry, specifically targeting computer programmers or entrepreneurs.
But whether coding apps in India or consulting beachside in Bali, most workations programs have a few things in common: comfortable accommodation, cool co-working spaces and unwavering Wi-Fi.
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