Data backs this up. The number of workers who telecommute across industries rose 5.6 percent between 2013 and 2014 from 3.4 million to 3.6 million workers
How Digital Nomads Went From Niche to Normal
Benjamin Snyder

It will be interesting to watch this over the next four years. This trend obviously doesn’t work for either the manufacturing or services industries — both of which are targted for/or are growing as types of work styles in the US. And since this type of work style doesn’t lend itself to either of those industries, it could easily lead to possibly greater international hiring for certain companies, which will fly in the face of bringing jobs back…

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