If you are a freelancer and you are lucky to do your usual work wherever there is an Internet connection, then you would consider the possibility of working in the best coffee houses in the world. In addition, if you are a Londoner, a New Yorker, or anyone else living in the midst of a housing crisis, you must have looked with envy at friends who do not bend their knees with the horror of ruin when the day comes for paying the rent.
The good news is that there are options, many options. And it’s not just about the cost of living. The speed of the Internet connection, crime and the quality of life – all this affects what makes some place wonderful in order to live there and work remotely.
Using the data of NomadList, the Global Peace Index and the International Happiness Index, we selected a list of the cheapest (not in a specific order) places, but with the largest coverage in the world, to work remotely. Continue reading