digital nomads

Digital Nomads Trends

How many people define themselves as digital nomads? How much do digital nomads earn on average? Reports on digital nomads have started to be compiled and published that can answer some of these questions. It can be challenging to analyse the market for digital nomads because it tends to be quite fluid: people who work

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What Are Remote Video and Phone Interpreting Jobs?

This article is a collaboration with Day Translations. Remote video and phone interpreting is a cost-effective way for organisations to provide instant translation (this can be consecutive, i.e., with a short delay, or simultaneous) for spoken communications from one language to another. In-person interpreting is more expensive and has to take into account travelling costs.

Interview with Sean Hopwood, President of Day Translations

As part of our collaboration with Day Translations, this is an interview with their President Sean Hopwood, talking about his background, his passion for languages, his fully remote company and how it’s been thriving even during a recession, and why he thinks remote translations are a great career path for digital nomads. When did you

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Budgeting and Financial Planning for Freelancers

Managing finances is one of the most strategic tasks in running a freelance business, either as a remote worker or as a digital nomad. Please note: this article should not be considered financial advice, it is recommended that you speak to a professional about your saving and investment needs. With the recent Covid-19 pandemic putting

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Xolo: Setting Up a Remote Business For Digital Nomads

This post contains an affiliate link. Setting up and operating a business when you are a location-independent freelancer can be challenging. Digital nomads who want to run a solo business can end up spending hundreds of euros to register and set up a company. Every country has different regulations and taxation. That, combined with requirements