World’s First International Remote Work Travel Group, Hacker Paradise, Celebrates 3-Year Anniversary

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Hacker Paradise is celebrating 3 years of facilitating remote work travel groups all over the world by sharing what they have learned about the new world of remote work & travel.

“We have loved providing a community for remote workers for the last 3 years and are excited to continue to lead the movement as it grows and evolves.”

World’s First International Remote Work Travel Group, Hacker Paradise, has celebrated its 3rd year anniversary. To commemorate the anniversary they have released an article titled “What We’ve Learned in our 3 Years as a Remote Work Community”.

The article covers everything from the benefits of working remotely to the unique support the group provides and how to pitch remote working to your boss.

The article was also written to answer frequently-asked questions about remote working and promote understanding as to what you can expect to gain from it. The program facilitators and attendees give first-hand experiences of the many destinations they’ve visited, many of which wouldn’t be possible without joining the program.

Monica Quaintance, a Hacker Paradise alumni who joined the community on the Lima, Peru trip said, “The people at Hacker Paradise are inspiring; they’re brilliant, motivated professionals who showed me that can excel in your career without clocking in to a traditional 9-5 office.”

Hacker Paradise COO, Spencer Jentzsch, is proud of the community that Hacker Paradise has built and its leading role in the new Remote Work & Travel Industry; “We have loved providing a community for remote workers for the last 3 years and are excited to continue to lead the movement as it grows and evolves.”

The percentage of remote workers worldwide is expected to continue growing and Hacker Paradise wants to assist more people to achieve the remote work & travel balance.

Article: https://www.hackerparadise.org/blog/2017/11/02/what-we-have-learned/

ABOUT HACKER PARADISE:
Hacker Paradise was created in 2014 to fill the skill share and support network gap that was missing from the remote worker lifestyle. Since then, 483 people from 51 different countries have joined the community to discover new cultures, new connections and new ways to boost their careers away from the office. Alumni have included participants from Google, SpaceX, Y Combinator & Peace Corps.

As pioneers in a work style on the rise, Hacker Paradise is a bridge that facilitates location independent work by taking care of logistics such as accommodations and co-working spaces and creating an inclusive network of working professionals.

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