Barbados Wants You To Come Down And Work Remotely On Their Island

Ever wondered what it's like to live on an island? You can actually go for a test run in the Caribbean. Barbados is looking for people to work remotely from their island, so you can enjoy the beauty of Barbados.

The Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Amor Mottle, is introducing a 12-month program under the name "Barbados Welcome Stamp" to allow visitors to work remotely. The stamp is good for up to a year of staying on the island.

Many jobs right now are being done remotely from home anyways, why not do it on an island?!

The program begins this weekend, July 12th, where commercial flights from other countries resume into Barbados.

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