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Work from home... abroad
Tostayin is focused on the growing market of "remote workers", young professionals with a modern vision, who seek to work remotely from anywhere in the world.
To travel is to live.
- Hans Christian Andersen -
Remote Work Demands a Supportive Company Culture
The land border between Mexico and the US is closed to non-essential traffic until at least 20 August. However, travelers can fly there without restriction.
Mexico re-opened its air borders to visitors and air travel is resuming. Many of the top resort areas (Cancun, Cabo, Puerto Vallarta, etc.) reopened on June 8. Visitors—including American remote workers —can stay in Mexico, visa-free, for up to six months on a tourist visa. Furthermore, it’s possible for a person granted a Temporary Resident Visa to stay in the country for one year. In addition, that visa may be extended up to three times. Applicants will need to apply for this special visa before the trip’s start and provide proof of qualifying income.
For many tech companies, remote work offers a lot of upside. With tech industry unemployment hitting record lows, it’s becoming harder and harder to source experienced talent within the nation’s largest tech hubs; being able to cast a net across the entire country (or even the whole world) can boost the chances that a hiring manager will land the person they need—even if they never meet that person in the flesh.
For tech pros, remote work offers some