Top Destinations for Remote Workers

Working remotely is becoming more and more popular. There are a number of reasons why this is so. First, it is easier than ever before to do. This is because WIFI is easier to access, and because there are more jobs available for digital workers than there’s ever been.

For example, writers, graphic designers, programmers, film makers and more can all work remotely. There are countless other jobs that can also be done remotely. Remote work is also growing in popularity because it gives people an opportunity to explore the world and to even lower their costs of living. Here are some of the top destinations for remote workers.

1. Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amsterdam, Netherlands is a very popular destination for remote workers, or the so-called, “digital nomads.” This is because the city is filled with beautiful architecture and canals, has a great nightlife, and has good air quality. It is a very friendly city, and Amsterdam also has many co-working spaces, which are ideal for remote workers.

2. Prague, Czech Republic

Prague has also become a popular destination for people who are interested in remote work. Like Amsterdam, Prague is filled with gorgeous architecture and rich historical sites. Prague also has a lost cost of living, compared to other major European cities. This cost is just $2,179. The city was also rated highly in terms of friendliness to women.

3. San Juan, Puerto Rico

San Juan is a beautiful tropical paradise. It is attractive to remote workers for this reason alone. However, the city also has other benefits that are attractive to digital nomads. The cost of living in San Juan is roughly $1,839. This is relatively low for desirable cities. Puerto Rico is technically a territory of the United States. So, remote workers can enjoy American benefits such as the use of the dollar and a well maintained infrastructure without having to pay the expensive costs of living associated with major American cities such as New York or San Francisco.

4. Berlin, Germany

Berlin is another beautiful European city that is great for people interested in remote work. This is because it is not as expensive as other European cities such as London, but it rated highly for friendliness, safety, and quality of life. There are also many startups in Berlin, which give the city a certain innovative feel. Berlin also has a good nightlife, and plenty of beautiful scenery.


The remote work lifestyle can be very appealing to people due to the freedom that it provides. This lifestyle has the potential to become increasingly popular, especially since cities such as the ones mentioned above are gaining reputations for being great for digital nomads. If you are a remote worker looking for a new city to work in, then you should consider Amsterdam, Prague, San Juan, and Berlin!

Karin Jakovljevic

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Karin Jakovljevic

Karin Jakovljevic is the head of marketing at Ximble, a powerful, cloud-based workforce management system, simplifying employee scheduling and time tracking for retailers, restaurants and small businesses.

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