In today’s increasingly mobile and connected world, remote work is becoming more common.
In fact, according to LinkedIn, the number of people who are working from home increased by 40% between 2016 and 2017; an increase that hasn’t been seen since 2011 when it first hit 30%.
As more companies embrace this trend, they will see benefits such as increased productivity and lower costs associated with hiring local employees or travelling staff. But what exactly does this mean for your business?
More than ever before, companies are realizing the advantages of having their team members work remotely – increased productivity and reduced overhead costs, just to name a few.
In recent years, more and more companies have realized the benefits of having their team members work remotely. It is a win-win situation for both the employer and employee because:
- Increased productivity: With remote workers, you can be assured that they will make it to their desk on time every day, which means fewer late nights or days off due to health concerns. Also, this increases your chances of being able to get rid of some staff who don’t fit into your company culture or management style—a huge benefit if you want total control over how your team operates.
- Reduced overhead costs: Since most companies are already investing in technology solutions like video conferencing and webinars (or even meetings), it makes sense that they would also consider using these tools for remote teams as well! This way managers will not only save money but also have access from anywhere – no matter where they may be located around the globe!
It’s no surprise then that remote work opportunities are growing in leaps and bounds.
Remote work opportunities are growing in leaps and bounds. The advantages of having their team members work remotely are many, and the advantages of working for foreign companies from Nigeria are even more so. Working for a Nigerian company from Nigeria is another great way to get paid while getting around your home country’s visa restrictions.
This is great news for anyone looking to earn money working remotely from Nigeria..
Nigerian millennials and Gen Z are looking for remote work opportunities, which means you can make a living from home without having to leave your country or go abroad.
The best part about this opportunity is that it has been made possible by technology and the internet. If you want to start a business or build an online business in Nigeria then it’s no longer difficult because there are many platforms available on the internet where entrepreneurs can start their businesses easily and quickly with little or no risk involved at all!
The easiest way to find these opportunities is to use a freelance platform like Fiverr or Upwork.
If you’re looking for an easy way to earn in dollars and spend in naira, these platforms are the best place to start. They allow anyone with a computer and an internet connection to create a profile and advertise their services (or skills) on the site.
The easiest way to find these opportunities is through Fiverr or Upwork. Both sites offer free trial accounts that allow users access to their platform’s full features, allowing them make purchases from customers around the world without paying any money up front.
Once signed up for one of these platforms, users can begin posting gigs—for example: “I will write articles about [topic] for $10 per article.” Once someone accepts your offer and pays you via PayPal or bank transfer (or other payment method), you’ll get paid immediately!
Other platforms include WeWorkRemotely and Remote.co (where you can also get freelance-related information).
I want to highlight the advantage the Nigerian economy has derived from the recent Naira strength
- The Naira has been appreciating against the dollar for the past few years, which means that Nigerians can earn more dollars from their work than they could before.
- In addition, as we all know, there are many things that a Nigerian can buy with his or her hard-earned money and these things have become cheaper since the beginning of this year (2019).