Do you wish to be part of the digital nomad population? Would you want to earn a living, manage your own working hours as well as travelling to new areas? It’s a fact that 74% of workers said that they would quit their current job to work remotely for a company. If you’re still considering it, think about this: 90% of digital nomad workers report being highly satisfied at work.
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Have you ever wanted to visit Koh Phangan, this location is great for digital nomads, as it has a lot to explore for people with every interest. You’ll want the time to see and do everything so that you can live like a Phangan local. Since it will be your first-time visiting Koh Phangan, we’ve already sorted you out withthis Ko Pha Ngan city guide.
This infographic gives you a few more facts about being a digital nomad, 70% of digital nomad workers work no more than 40 hours per week, 49% of those workers are being paid more or on the same salary than an average worker. 17% of those workers also travel to 5 or more countries per year.