One good thing about remote work is that many companies have been prepping for this setup for years. While the pandemic may have sped things up for some industries, one thing that can't be denied is that the future of work is here. And while remote work has its struggles, one glaring perk is the flexibility to choose where you can live regardless of "where" you work.
One company that may appeal to aspiring travelers, creatives, and entrepreneurs is Baybayin Hub, a chain of resorts and hostels who adapted to the new normal by converting their establishments into co-living and co-working spaces. This means members get to live and work by the beach, with Baybayin Hub having locations in Pangasinan, Zambales, and Siquijor, and soon to open in Pagudpud, Dumaguete, Cebu, and Bohol.
Watch the video below to learn more about Baybayin Hub
We've featured how remote classes have evolved in 2020 for many courses like fashion and nursing, and how students are even attending classes from different countries. The same changes can be seen in freelancing and remote work, and lots of millennials and Gen Z are taking this period to move to places they otherwise would never have moved to. Learn more here:
According to their founder, you can rent rooms for medium to long-term stays with rates that start at P13,000 to 15,000 a month (but can go as high as over P70,000 based on the room and resort). This includes the one-month accommodation, and the use of the co-working space or common area with WiFi. Some resorts have also offered certain amenities and even their kitchens for member use, so check for the perks before you book your stay.