Analyzing 4,000 polls and survey responses from English-speaking digital nomads around the world have yielded some interesting findings which are worth mentioning. The composition of the researches has been done by “A Brother Abroad”  A Brother Abroad. 16 April 2021. 63 Surprising Digital Nomad Statistics in 2021. https://abrotherabroad.com/digital-nomad-statistics/#Digital-Nomad-FAQs.
While there is not so much difference between the sexes, it seems that Caucasian digital nomads from the US are significantly more than the other categories.
Moreover, despite the perception that digital nomads are mostly young, most tend to be more mature and choose this kind of lifestyle from time to time, at different phases of their lives. Evidence from this study showed that many digital nomads at their late thirties and beyond, who reached a level of success and experience in their careers, were allowed to choose a remote way of working and later to start a small business.
Younger age groups studied, commonly ages of 29 and 33, are individuals who left mid-career and and attempted a transition or a full career change. The oldest digital nomad in this study was 72 years old!
The conclusion of this research is that the journey as a nomad can be started or continued at any age.
According to the above data, it seems that the audience of digital nomads appears broader in terms of age, and not only related to the “carefree youngsters”, nor it always concerns a life decision, as has been reflected by many so far.
Finally, we cannot ignore the economic situation of the digital nomads, which seems to confirm the belief that digital nomadism is related to the global economic divide and will concern people of the middle or upper economic class who will not be based solely on the ‘gig economy’ as they do now see more on the issue of Ohnmacht , T., Maksim , H., Bergman, M,(Eds). 2009. Mobilities and Inequality. Ashgate., Thompson, B. 2018. Digital Nomads: Employment in the Online Gig … Continue reading.
|↑1||A Brother Abroad. 16 April 2021. 63 Surprising Digital Nomad Statistics in 2021. https://abrotherabroad.com/digital-nomad-statistics/#Digital-Nomad-FAQs|
|↑2||see more on the issue of Ohnmacht , T., Maksim , H., Bergman, M,(Eds). 2009. Mobilities and Inequality. Ashgate., Thompson, B. 2018. Digital Nomads: Employment in the Online Gig Economy. Glocalism. Issue 1. 2018. , Wang B., et al. Digital Nomadism and the Market Economy: Resistance and Compliance. 2019. Fortieth International Conference on Information Systems, Munich 2019|