How Digital Nomads Can Help Recovery For Island Economies

The future of work after COVID-19 looks significantly different. The pandemic has accelerated trends in remote work which has the potential to help tourist destinations recover economically by diversifying visitors. Remote workers, compared to tourists, have extended stays, return more frequently and recommend destinations within digital nomad communities. Because digital nomads visit destinations for longer periods they are less likely to be put off my testing and quarantine periods. They also, according to a recent report by ATTA, spend 35% of their income locally.

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