Working remotely had its great moment when the coronavirus epidemic broke out. Companies all around the world sent their employees home to work virtually. In the beginning, they felt a little bit afraid because of the need for all the digital tools. But after a moment of adjusting to that kind of work, they started to see the benefits and understood that it really works.
One of the advantages of a remote job is the opportunity to work from any corner of the globe. Remote workers can travel all around the world while having a magnificent career. Working remotely also allows avoiding high-cost cities. As a complete digital worker, you can choose your destination preferences, including beaches, mountains, large cities, etc.
On the OVO Network website, you can find the best places for working professionals who want to live as digital nomads. Among over 130 European locations, the latest study reveals the top hotspots, considering avg. monthly rate, crime rate, internet speed, co-working space price, transport pass, and even gym membership.
Poland is one of the best because as many as 4 Polish cities are in the top 10 list. Among them are Cracow, Lodz, Poznan and Warsaw. Cracow has taken first place. Offering high Wi-Fi speed, low cost of living, and affordable co-working spaces it is the most attractive place for every digital worker.
More details and a complete list you can find here.
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