Many workers dream of doing their jobs from home, where there’s no need to rush, get dressed, commute, or spend time in a traditional office. In fact, 68% of the Millennials who are active-job seekers said an option to work remotely would greatly increase their interest in specific employers.

People have different motives for wanting to work remotely, however, it’s clear that most remote workers have decided to work outside of the office to have and achieve the ever-desirable work-life balance and one of the most dynamic ways to achieve this is by traveling.

SOURCEVenture with Impact
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Morgaine Gerlach

✦ Morgaine has an MPhil in European Studies from Trinity College Dublin and a BBA in Global Project and Change Management from Windesheim Honours College ✦ She lived in The Netherlands, Finland, Spain, Ireland, Egypt, and Belgium ✦ Morgaine currently works as a Young Professional for the Berlin-based consultancy SNPC✦