Across the world, people are throwing off the shackles of office life and choosing to work remotely.
Some work full or part-time for brands or companies, and an increasing number work for themselves.
They’re doers, freelancers, solopreneurs, side-hustlers, and digital nomads.
They’re working from home, from cafes, from coworking spaces, and remote countries.
This shift away from traditional 9-5 jobs heralds new challenges, and plenty of benefits for the global workforce.
In the Anywhere Workers report you’ll find stats like:
- 18% of those who’ve worked remotely for 7 years or more earn over $100k per year
- 62% of remote workers chose to work remotely so they could have the freedom and flexibility to work from anywhere they choose
- 33% of those who’ve gone remote in the past year say a lack of community challenges their happiness most
- 24% of respondents describe themselves as digital nomads; 17% of those travel to 5+ countries a year
You can find the full report here, which has plenty more insights about working remotely all around the world.
Or take a look at the infographic below, which provides a further look into some of the data.
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Read the full Anywhere Workers report here.
Are you an *anywhere worker*? Tell us your story in the comments below—and follow along with the adventures of Fiverr’s Chief Digital Nomad, Chelsea!