3 Growing Niches That Digital Nomads Can Leverage in the Next Decade

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About two years ago, my wife Anika and I decided to give up our jobs as stewardess and hotel concierge in order to pursue our dreams of living as digital nomads. Since we left the corporate world, we have ventured into various models of online , from ecommerce to lead generation and coaching, all while traveling to more than 85 countries around the world. Today, we help individuals who are tired of working 9-to-5 jobs become successful online and start their own digital nomad fairy tales. 

Since the start of 2020, remote working has become a key element in the fight against the ongoing health crisis. And although traveling might still come with a few hurdles during the next 12 months, it appears that many businesses have changed their attitudes toward working from home. This

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President-elect Joe Biden Grabs Systemic Racism Experts For Economic Posts

President-elect Joe Biden is putting together his cabinet and when it comes to the top economic posts, Biden has the racial wealth gap on his mind, according to a report from Bloomberg.

The Biden campaign has hired several experts on systemic racism to fill top economic positions in order to shape Biden’s policies on housing, health, small-business lending, and other issues. Among the hires are Mehrsa Baradaran, who argues in her book, The Color of Money, that closing the racial wealth gap requires acknowledging past wrongs and providing compensation for damages.

In the book Baradaran wrote, “A reparations program could take many forms from simple cash payments or baby bonds to more complex schemes such as subsidized college tuition, basic income, housing vouchers, or subsidized mortgage credit.”

Before joining Biden’s campaign, Baradaran assisted Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA.) and former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg … Read the rest