According to one research, 16.9 million American employees currently identify as digital nomads—an increase of 131% from 2019—and Forbes reports that others estimate there to be 35 million digital nomads globally. There are 23 million traveling digital workers in the United States, according to information obtained by Nomad List, a community-based service for digital nomads.
According to the New York Times, Mexico City has seen an influx of remote workers from all over the world, particularly since 2019. The tide of foreigners has not yet subsided.
A new digital nomad visa is now available in Spain, enabling remote workers making at least 2,000 euros per month to stay in
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