Remote work is helping Black entrepreneurs break with generational trauma
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Remote work is helping Black entrepreneurs break with generational trauma

From Fortune:
“Even before remote work became a widely available option for workers as the world navigates a global pandemic, the ability to work anywhere with a laptop and an Internet connection has always been a fascinating part of entrepreneurship.

Americans who move, work, and build a business abroad are happier, according to a recent Future of Work Abroad survey. Location independence allows entrepreneurs to live a freer life not tied to consumerism.

This is especially true for Black entrepreneurs who are choosing to live, work and build their business from locations outside of the United States.

They are fed up with prejudice and they’re seeing that you can build a business in more inclusive countries that make Black entrepreneurs feel welcomed.”

Read the full article on Fortune.com: https://fortune.com/2022/04/14/remote-work-black-entrepreneurs-break-generational-trauma-mental-health-racial-equality-digital-nomads-startups-kimanzi-constable/

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