Hannah Maussang was stuck in Langkawi in Malaysia when she decided to become a digital nomad. Photo: Thomas Bird Hannah Maussang was stuck in Langkawi in Malaysia when she decided to become a digital nomad. Photo: Thomas Bird
Hannah Maussang was stuck in Langkawi in Malaysia when she decided to become a digital nomad. Photo: Thomas Bird

Digital nomads find opportunities during the coronavirus pandemic, and adjust to living in one place rather than travelling

  • A Parisian devised digital advertising strategies from Malaysia, while a freelancer stranded in Vietnam taught English online and covered the US election
  • Adaptable by necessity, digital nomads may be the best equipped to work remotely and navigate newly fragile employment and freelance markets 

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic: All stories
Hannah Maussang was stuck in Langkawi in Malaysia when she decided to become a digital nomad. Photo: Thomas Bird Hannah Maussang was stuck in Langkawi in Malaysia when she decided to become a digital nomad. Photo: Thomas Bird
Hannah Maussang was stuck in Langkawi in Malaysia when she decided to become a digital nomad. Photo: Thomas Bird
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