Article in partnership with Day Translations. According to Euronews, most of the top countries in the world for remote working are in Europe. A 2023 study looked at 108 countries around the world scoring them according to their infrastructure levels and some qualitative factors that tend to influence the choice of location to work remotely.
We have invited a researcher from Tallinn University, Estonia, Kadri Koor, to share about her project on digital nomads. Digital nomads are a rapidly growing and evolving group of professionals who live and work in the digital age. Digital nomads are people who have adopted a lifestyle where they are not tied to a specific
Article in partnership with Day Translations. Is the concept of digital nomads evolving? Who is more likely to become a digital nomad? Where do digital nomads mostly come from? A survey published by Euronews tried to answer these questions after asking a sample of 1,200 digital nomads over the course of 2023. Who Is a
Article in partnership with Day Translations. Here are the European destinations for digital nomads that content creators on TikTok have recommended. For example, Omio on TikTok lists European countries based on their digital nomad visa requirements and the facilities they offer. The chosen countries are: The visas to work in these countries require applicants to
Article in partnership with Day Translations. Which Places in Europe To Stay in Winter as a Digital Nomad? During the winter months it can be challenging if you are a digital nomad travelling around Europe. Flight and rail cancellations are common occurrences, while cost of living tends to spiral out of control as heating bills
This article is in partnership with Day Translations and Day Interpreting, see their promotional offer below. The digital nomads frequently asked questions continues in this post, featuring topics discussed in various forums. How Is the Digital Nomad Lifestyle? On paper, the digital nomad lifestyle is aspirational: great locations and work flexibility are an intoxicating combination.
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If you have recently graduated in language translation you may be wondering how to find work, particularly if you are planning to work on a freelance basis, ideally remotely to give you the opportunity to travel. This article is a collaboration with Day Translations. Working and Travelling as a Freelance Translator Language translation is one
This article is in collaboration with Day Translations, providing certified academic evaluation translations. Universities and employers may require from you a certified academic evaluation to check that your coursework and exams are compatible with those of your new host country. It is essential to rely on a professional translation to ensure accuracy and avoid unnecessary
This article is a collaboration with Day Translations, providing translations to and from approximately 300 languages from Afrikaans to Zulu, as well as interpreting services. You have graduated in language interpreting, congratulations! And now, how do you get a job? Once you are part of the language interpreting industry and you have built a profile