Digital Nomads
  • Aug 2, 2021 8:00 pm
  • 17:47 mins

Work life may never be the same for many people after the pandemic. More jobs are possible to do remotely than most employers thought. Now companies are under pressure from employees who’d like to keep working remotely—in some cases from another state or country. The ranks of “digital nomads” exploded in 2020, just as sociologist Rachael Woldoff and management expert Robert Litchfield were finishing the research for a new book that included spending months living among a community of digital nomads in Bali. Woldoff is a professor at West Virginia University and Litchfield is at Washington and Jefferson College. (Segment produced by Sydney Jezik)