For the longest time, there has been the widespread, and frankly incorrect, notion that travel was something that the clear majority of people could only afford in between working. For decades, people have been playing this insane but understandable game of ping pong, bouncing between working to go on holiday, and going on holiday to escape work. For a long time, many people genuinely believed that this was their only option if they wanted to travel. However, in recent years all that is changing. That misconception is being blown apart, as more and more individuals join the ever-expanding global remote workforce.
The allure of travelling never dies
Travelling is something that we all (well, most of us, anyway) love to do. There is something undeniably exhilarating about getting on a plane, or a train, or a bus, or even into a car or onto a bike, and taking off to explore the big, wide world. That sense of pure exhilaration is only intensified when you arrive in your destination, surrounded by a whole new experience, and excited to take it all in. The best part about travelling is that it awakens the adventurous wild one in us, and it makes us want to work harder so that we can have more of it. We want it all, and travelling reminds us of why we want it all so badly.
The rise of a workforce that allows the best of both worlds
Gone are the days where people had to work for their vacations, and take time off work to enjoy said vacations. While there is nothing wrong with that, this is no longer the only option – and it is quickly becoming the less popular option, at that. Remote work allows you to travel the world and work simultaneously, successfully bridging the gap and quite literally having it all, without having to sacrifice one for the other in an ongoing see-saw activity spiral. Working remotely gives you direct control over how you work and where you work, and all you need is a reliable device, your device charger, a back-up system, and a steady internet connection.
Remote work is the future workforce for the adventurous
If there is one thing that remote work has taught the world thus far, it is that this is without a doubt the future workforce for the adventurous at heart. Sure, remote work technically is branching out to become exactly that right now, but the iteration has not yet come full circle. Soon enough, the remote workforce will welcome career-driven individuals from all different backgrounds, with all different qualifications and skill sets, and all different professional goals. Whether you want to be the owner of a walking tours agency, travelling the world to expand your brand and your business model, or a writer that works for themselves, anywhere in the world, or any other manner of career pathways, the remote workforce is for you.