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Has remote work changed the travel landscape? | Maryland Daily Record

While some workers return to the office this year, many others continue to work remotely indefinitely. This seismic shift has changed where people live and work and, increasingly, how they travel. In the first quarter of 2022, nearly 25% of job postings at the 50,000 largest companies in the U.S. and Canada were for permanently […]

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Is Remote Work Actually Better for the Environment?

The emergence of COVID-19 in the last few years has changed the world. Everything has been turned upside down, from how people dine to how they socialize. One of the most significant changes that have taken place is the way people work. With so many now working from home, many questions arise about its impact […]

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Digital nomads seek sun, sea, sustainability as remote work booms

‘Slomads’ are considering climate change as they mix work with travel in an eco-conscious manner to reduce their carbon footprint Post-pandemic, some digital nomads become more eco-conscious ‘Slomads’ take fewer flights and use carbon-offsetting Co-living, working spaces try ways to protect climate and nature By Joanna Gill LISBON, July 27 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Sitting […]

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Remote work impacts travel

While some workers return to the office this year, many others continue to work remotely indefinitely. This seismic shift has changed where people live and work and, increasingly, how they travel. In the first quarter of 2022, nearly 25% of job postings at the 50,000 largest companies in the U.S. and Canada were for permanently […]

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Digital nomads seek sun, sea and sustainability as remote work booms

Sitting on the terrace of a cafe in the heart of Lisbon, Victor Soto was busy at work devising sales strategies for a company based almost 3,000 km (1,864 miles) away in Slovakia. The COVID-19 pandemic is what drove the British-Peruvian 33-year-old to become a so-called “digital nomad”. “The lifestyle gives me a lot of […]

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Digital nomads seek sun, sea and sustainability as remote work booms – Taipei Times

By Joanna Gill / Thomson Reuters Foundation, LISBON Sitting on the terrace of a cafe in the heart of Lisbon one morning last month, sales specialist Victor Soto was busy at work communicating with colleagues across Europe and the Americas. The COVID-19 pandemic is what drove the British-Peruvian 33-year-old to become a so-called “digital nomad.” […]

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Has remote work changed the travel landscape?

Comment on this story Comment While some workers return to the office this year, many others continue to work remotely indefinitely. This seismic shift has changed where people live and work and, increasingly, how they travel. In the first quarter of 2022, nearly 25% of job postings at the 50,000 largest companies in the U.S. […]

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FEATURE-Digital nomads seek sun, sea and sustainability as remote work booms | Business

* Post-pandemic, some digital nomads become more eco-conscious * ‘Slomads’ take fewer flights and use carbon-offsetting * Co-living, working spaces try ways to protect climate and nature By Joanna Gill LISBON, July 27 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Sitting on the terrace of a cafe in the heart of Lisbon one morning in June, sales specialist […]

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Elon Musk Criticizes Remote Work as Workers Are Increasingly Worried About Surveillance in Metaverse Environments – Metaverse Bitcoin News

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and Spacex, said that remote work was no longer acceptable for Tesla workers in May. According to Qatalog and GitLab, remote workers spend extra time weekly trying to prove they are online and working to their employers. But metaverse environments, a futuristic approach to remote work solutions, also raise concerns […]

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OPINION | In the remote communities of Northern Ontario, climate change has lit a fuse on reconciliation | CBC News

This column is an opinion by Tom Kehoe, a contractor in Thunder Bay, Ont., and a citizen of the Métis Nation of Ontario. For more information about CBC’s Opinion section, please see the FAQ. Pickle Lake, Ont., is where the road ends. Put any community north of there into Google Maps and it returns “No Routes Found.” You are […]