Remote work is being increasingly defined as the future of work.
Over time more virtual-friendly resources will emerge for employers and workers alike – as the world becomes increasingly a place where talent and employers are operating in a virtual, global context.
Remote work has arrived and is going to continue to penetrate the world’s labor markets. Not just for the full-time workforce in traditional employment and telecommuting — but also for those who are location-independent Digital Nomads. Too, retirees and part-time workers appear destined to join in much greater numbers the ranks of workers utilizing an internet connection as a prime means of generating income.
According to a recent study by the Boston Consulting Group — EU member states Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Ireland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden — have “warmly embraced the digital revolution”.