What's the Remote Jobs Status in Spain?
Good weather, delicious food and drinks, awe-inspiring beaches, fantastic nightlife, and an affordable cost of living: there’s no shortage of reasons to move to Spain.
And if you are or want to become a digital nomad, good news -- Spain is a great country to do so!
It is true that remote work is still growing in this country, especially if we compare it to other places in Europe, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing, as we’ll soon see. Keep reading to learn all about the state of remote work in Spain in 2020 and all the reasons why this should be your next destination!
How popular is remote work in Spain?
As we just mentioned, remote work isn’t as popular in Spain as in other countries -- but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t an excellent destination for digital nomads, particularly if you know where in Spain you should head to.
Barcelona, for example, is a commonly chosen spot by entrepreneurs and this doesn’t come as a surprise, knowing that there are over 300 coworking spaces in the city, as well as countless coffee shops.
But even if you don’t want to move to a big city like Barcelona, there are plenty of other great options, which explains why there are currently 4 million expats in Spain.
What's the future of Remote Jobs in Spain?
Just like in many other countries in the world, remote work is only expected to keep growing in Spain.
If you’ve been looking for a destination that isn’t overcrowded with expats (yet), but where you’ll still find an abundance of opportunities to expand your career, this might be it. All you need to do now is scroll up to learn more about some of the best remote-based Spain companies and… start packing!
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