Remote Work Culture May Give Way to New Travel Habits


Across the world, remote work has been on the rise for years now. Even before the onset of the COVID pandemic, more people began looking into various ways of achieving the long-coveted work-life balance and career satisfaction.

For many folks, this has entailed a not-so-traditional approach to the workforce. This is why apps like Instacart, Lyft, DoorDash, UberEats, etc., are making a killing. The rise of remote work is also why the freelance market has been seeing more people getting involved across the globe.

With that in mind, the arrival of COVID merely further solidified an already-in-motion trend regarding remote work. Therefore, Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky is shining light on how the culture of remote work may give way to new travel habits.

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The future of work and travel across the world

According to Chesky, this year will bring about some very intriguing developments in the travel world. The Airbnb CEO furthermore predicts that over the course of 2022, people will travel to more places for longer periods of time.