The Future of Work is Anywhere: New AND CO Remote Work Report


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.

AND CO from Fiverr and Remote Year surveyed almost 4,000 remote workers to find out more about these “Anywhere Workers” and trends they herald about the future of work.

The findings

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.

Anywhere Workers Infographic

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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

Sophie McAulay
Sophie is growth and content strategist for AND CO. As a digital nomad, she seeks the perfect integration of travel, work and life.