Remote work? Which country is best suited for it
The future of the working world is called “remote work”! For many people, remote working is a welcome alternative to traditional office work. According to Statista, by 2025 around 70% of all employees will work at least 5 days a month regardless of location. In Germany, the number of remote workers is currently 48%, but the trend is rising! And there are good reasons for this, because in their study on the effects of remote work on productivity at work, the company Airtasker found that remote workers work around 1.4 days more and more productively than those who work daily from the office. In addition, workers in the office were unproductive for 10 minutes longer per day than remote workers.
Sounds promising, right? However, not every employer is comfortable with the concept of remote work… Because what sounds great in theory is sometimes not so easy to implement in practice. So how do you successfully switch to remote work? Find out more here.
But if you’re already working remotely, you may be wondering which country is best for working without a fixed office. A study by cybersecurity software NordMeyer looked at each country’s Global Remote Work Index. The higher the score, the more suitable the country is for remote work. The study took into account cybersecurity, economic and social conditions, as well as the digital infrastructure and Covid regulations. According to the study, Germany takes first place because it is unbeatable in terms of cyber security and economic and social conditions. In the ranking of digital infrastructure, Germany lands only on the 17th place. Here is an overview of the top 10 remote work countries around the world:
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