Want to be a digital nomad? Here’s how…

The global advances in technology have made remote working more feasible that it’s ever been before. There are now more than 4.6 million people registered as self-employed – the highest amount ever in the UK. Employers are beginning to open up to the idea of employees working remotely or hiring freelancers that live and work abroad.

There’s a definite growing trend for working and travelling, so here’s a few companies that have sprung up recently that can help fulfil your digital nomad dreams:


Nomad Pass gives professionals working across the globe access to co-working spaces. This is great if you are already travelling but finding you are getting a little isolated or want to meet other remote workers.


Jobbatical connects professionals to short-term roles in their field in various destinations around the world. Employers can post their openings on the site and future employees can browse by skill sets.


Teleport.org lets you explore where you should live and work based on your own preferences. You tell them various pieces of information like your living costs, job type, climate likes and even commute type and it will suggest the best places in the world for you to work. It’s great for giving you an in-depth idea of what it would be like in direct comparison to your living standards now. Teleport knows that working remote isn’t just about the work, you need to have a great quality of life to make it worth it.

Don’t forget Monese enables you to continue to have control of your finances whilst on your travels. With the Monese app you can send and receive money in real-time, no waiting. You can make currency transfers for only 0.5% above the mid-market rate; which is one of the best rates available. Using our app you can also make payments, check your up-to-date balance, review your transactions, get paid to invite friends – plus much more.


Main photo credit: Giorgio Montersino


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