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|Title||Exploring The Feasibility of Adapting A Digital Nomadic Lifestyle|
|Abstract||The objective of this exploratory research was to identify factors that may impact the fesaibility of adapting a digital nomadic lifestyle. A literary review was completed in order to better identify the scope of digital nomadism today. Secondly, primary research was collected via interviews from ten digital nomads under IRB standards. Insights gathered from three different variables including planning preperation, monetization, and costs were explored in order to identify variables that may affect the feasibility of adapting a digital nomadic lifestyle. The results of the study identified tweleve possible barriers to entry to a digital nomadic lifestyle.|
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