The perfect shared spaces to get some work done while traveling.
Could you be a "location independent worker?" There's currently a boom in digital nomad hubs worldwide, all offering a place to do work remotely with fast internet, collaboration rooms, and a decent cup of coffee. Artists, writers, entrepreneurs, and all kinds of other people are finding creative ways to travel while they work, or vice versa.
Some are perpetual travelers and freelancers trying to stretch their income to the max, others are products of new remote work policies that enable tech startups to swerve Silicon Valley and instead become remote companies, using teams of coders, programmers and content creators recruited and located worldwide, all co-working in hubs and across the web.
It's estimated that there are already 500,000 digital nomads worldwide, which could grow significantly over the next few years. And it's all predicated on one simple premise: you get to choose where you want to work and live from. So where will you choose?