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Firstly, a little knowledge from Wikipedia. A nomad ((in Latin) “people without fixed habitation”) is a member of a community of people who regularly move to and from the same areas, including nomadic hunter-gatherers, pastoral nomads (owning livestock), and tinker or trader nomads.As of 1995, there were an estimated 30–40 million nomads in the world.
Que the modern age of the digital nomad
Digital Nomads cannot be fitted into a single definition, but generally are workers who choose to combine working remotely and travel for various reasons and lengths of time. Most are Full or Part-Time Independent workers (freelancers, independent contractors, self-employed, etc.), but some have traditional jobs. United by a passion for travel and new adventures, Digital Nomads enjoy the ability to work anywhere they can connect to the Internet. Digital Nomads work in a variety of fields, with the most common professions being creative professionals (writers, designers, editors, content creators, etc.), IT professionals (programmers, developers, etc.), marketing and communication professionals, and those involved in e-commerce. The unifying theme of these professions is that they can be done remotely using digital tools and the Internet.