Digital Nomadism: A New Era of Remote Work and Travel


  • Prof. Patrick Lee The Chinese University of Hong Kong Author


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Digital nomadism represents a transformative shift in the traditional work paradigm, ushering in a new era where professionals can seamlessly blend work and travel. This paper explores the multifaceted aspects of digital nomadism, examining its rise, impact on the workforce, and the challenges and opportunities it presents. The study begins by tracing the historical evolution of remote work and the factors that have contributed to the emergence of digital nomadism. It analyzes the technological advancements that have enabled individuals to work from virtually anywhere, dismantling geographical constraints and fostering a globalized workforce. Furthermore, the paper delves into the socio-economic implications of digital nomadism, investigating its effects on job satisfaction, work-life balance, and productivity. It also explores the potential benefits for companies, such as increased access to diverse talent pools and reduced overhead costs associated with traditional office spaces.




How to Cite

Digital Nomadism: A New Era of Remote Work and Travel. (2022). International Journal of Business Management and Visuals, ISSN: 3006-2705, 5(1), 22-27.