Here’s where most Britons work remotely, according to Airbnb
During the pandemic, many people had a huge wake-up call. They do not have really need an office. Sure, social parties are fun, but the rest? Crowded routes? Expensive lunches? Not really. So even after the pandemic, for many jobs, remote work continued.
And while that means many people are still simply working from home, others have tested the limits of remote working. So-called “digital nomads” have been more ambitious, taking their work to new places (sometimes even overseas) and working in exotic locales.
Many of these nomads use Airbnb to navigate between remote workplaces. In fact, so far this year, one in five Airbnb users said they use the site for remote work, while the platform reported a third increase in long-term bookings, indicating that travelers more frequently merge work and leisure.
So what are the most popular destinations for Britons looking for long-term stays? Well, Airbnb ran the numbers to find out. Below are the top 10 destinations Brits have turned to for remote work in 2022 so far.
6. The capSouth Africa
ten. Los AngelesCalifornia, United States
If you want to learn more about Airbnb’s remote work trends, you can read the full report here.
did you see that Airbnb now has an amazing new “island” filter for super secluded stays?