Has telecommuting changed the travel landscape? | lifestyle

The availability of remote work has increased exponentially in recent years, which has resulted in an increased ability for remote workers to break travel standards. Telecommuting has blurred the line between business and personal travel, giving workers the flexibility to extend trips to fly on cheaper days. Long-term stays of 28 days or more are becoming increasingly popular at vacation rental properties. For some remote workers, it feels like vacations are no longer necessary (they can travel all the time). For others, working remotely — even in a new location — still doesn’t quite scratch the travel itch. Remote workers seem to have changed the travel landscape, perhaps forever.

While some workers return to the office this year, many continue to work remotely indefinitely. This seismic shift has changed where people live and work, and increasingly how they travel.

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