‘Work to live, not live to work’: Why Americans are leaving to become digital nomads in Mexico

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Does logging in to a remote job from a beach in Mexico sound like a dream? It’s a reality for an increasing number of workers from the United States. An estimated 17.3 million Americans now combine remote work with travel to become ‘digital nomads’. As cold weather rolls in across the US, beachy destinations and vibrant, warm-weather cities in Mexico and Latin America are even more attractive for workers who can set up shop anywhere. The number of digital nomads is expected to rise – as it has in recent years – making the work-from-the-beach lifestyle more attainable than it has ever been for …

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