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 

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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