As countries (and states) try to attract digital nomads, locals say ‘not so fast’

Remote worker

Digital nomad culture is clashing with local culture.


Should your community welcome digital nomads—individuals who work remotely—allowing them the freedom to bounce from country to country?

Our research has found that workers are eager to embrace the flexibility of not being tied to an office. And after experiencing economic losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic, cities and countries are concocting ways to entice visitors.

One idea involves stretching the meaning of tourism to include remote workers.

By Rachael A Woldoff and Robert Litchfield

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