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The Rise of the Digital Warrior (in PHL)

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The Rise of the Digital Warrior (in PHL)

Americans, Europeans & others will be seeking Safe Havens which cost less


"Have Laptop, Will Travel"

A Wave of Foreign Digital Warriors may be about to hit the Philippines!

Remote work was once the “Future of Work”.  Yet even a casual glance at current remote work stats shows that the future has become the now and working from home is is the norm for many people.  But just in case you needed some proof, we’ve compiled a few remote work statistics.

Younger leaders are embracing remote work

Remote work stats show that the younger workforce is definitely at the forefront of remote and flex work. As the younger generations come to occupy more managerial positions, remote work options for staff are becoming more acceptable.

  • 69% of younger managers have team members with remote work options (Source: Upwork)
  • Younger managers are 28% more likely to utilize remote workers than Baby Boomers. (Source: Upwork)
  • 68% of graduating college students listed remote work as the top benefit in their job search




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AMERICANS are now looking for alternative countries to immigrate to.  I see this as a Rising trend. 


Here are the 5 Country Suggestions listed in this article from Revolver News...

1. El Salvador
2. Uruguay
3. Portugal
4. Istanbul
5. Japan

Was surprised to see JAPAN included.  PHL seems a more obvious choice.

JAPAN: “When it comes to large nations that make a mockery of America’s “first world” status, no one does it like the Land of the Rising Sun. The streets are impeccably clean. The trains and buses arrive on time, every time. The whole country has fewer murders than Cook County.
But this all comes at a cost: Japan is an extremely expensive country, as everyone knows.”

Low crime rates can be found in Makati & BGC. As well as prices lower than Tokyo

> https://www.revolver.news/2023/04/american-dream-american-scam-five-foreign-real-estate-options-prove-


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Remote work tips for the new “digital warrior” era of employees

Helpful Resources for Employers & Employees

The large-scale shift to remote work in 2020 reinforced a workplace trend that was already in progress. According to FlexJobs, a staggering 41.8% of the American workforce was working remotely at the end of 2020. An estimated 26.7% will still be working from home through 2021, and 36.2 million Americans (22% of the workforce) will be working remotely by 2025. This represents an 87% increase from the number of remote workers prior to the pandemic!

For many business leaders, this has resulted in major changes to daily operations. Here are some helpful resources to help you navigate this transition:

> https://blog.swbc.com/businesshub/remote-work-tips-for-the-new-digital-warrior-era-of-employees

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FACE to Face Meet-ups can BREAK the (inevitable?) push towards Digital Outrage


Discussion Becomes Impossible

Amongst the heavy weight of moral outrage, discussion is nearly impossible. Emotionally-driven and simplified expression drives facts to the point of irrelevance, making debate incredibly circular. It inevitably descends through predictable stages of irritability, distraction, anxiety of the impending reply, with a common outcome of outrage.

This is particularly the case if one side of the argument does not properly understand the subject of the discussion and refuses to acknowledge a different point of view. This descent into a hole of increasing extremity has been coined as Godwin’s law, ‘As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches one.’  ( LOL! )


> https://www.itstimetologoff.com/2018/06/14/social-media-turning-us-into-keyboard-warriors/

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How NY City Sank, Got Fixed (under Guiliani), and is Sinking Again.  

"This Is Insane!" - Why You Should FLEE New York.  


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