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    Iraq is ahead of Oman and Saudi Arabia as the best place for mobile employment

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    Post by Rocky Mon Aug 28, 2017 5:31 am

    Iraq is ahead of Oman and Saudi Arabia as the best place for mobile employment




    Iraq is ranked 90th on the list of Nomad List among the top 165 cities in terms of "nomadic nomads", ahead of Oman and Saudi Arabia.

    The term "digital nomads" means "mobile labor between one country and another" and often includes telecommuting employees, meaning that these persons are constantly moving between a different number of cities around the world.

    The Nomad List collects information that may serve employees remotely in their travel and travels, including weather conditions, ease of communication in English, security, Internet services, monthly living costs, and other matters of interest to this segment of people. .

    Iraq ranked 90th in the world, followed by Sultanate of Oman in 112th place, while Saudi Arabia ranked 115th in the world.

    In the same context, North Korea, Haiti, Somalia, Zimbabwe and Burkina Faso have been listed as the worst areas for "digital nomads".

    Globally, the Hungarian capital of Budapest is on the top of the list, with moderate weather, with temperatures up to 31 degrees, while the Internet is 30 megabits per second, with high security, Monthly about $ 2755.

    South Korea ranked second on the list, with clean air, a very high level of security and a 50 megabits per second internet power. The site pointed to "free Wi-Fi" in most cities, describing it as a privileged area For work, the monthly cost of accommodation is about 1269 dollars, while Kyrgyzstan came in third place on the list.

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