Bored at Home, Airbnb Boss Brian Chesky Plans a Nomadic Life
Nomadic is a term for people who do not have a place to live permanently
4 Mar 2022
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Nomadic is a term for people who do not have a place to live permanently, usually roaming or traveling from one place to another by temporarily staying in an area while traveling.

WHF work and hybrid “remote working” have freed many people from the need to enter the office every day. This, according to Airbnb boss Brian Chesky, is driving the biggest change for travel and travel. For the first time, millions of people can now live anywhere.

One of the Airbnb inns that can be rented if you want to sleep in the forest.
One of the Airbnb inns that can be rented if you want to sleep in the forest.

Changes in travel trends

According to the Airbnb boss, he sees the following trends:

  • 20% of sightseeing trips are for stays of 28 days or more.
  • Nearly 50% of sightseeing trips are for stays of at least seven days.
  • There are even hundreds of thousands of excursions that stay for 90 days or more.

In a tweet, Airbnb boss Brian Chesky announced that he will be living a nomadic life on Airbnb. Brian would stay at people's homes in new cities every few weeks, and return to his hometown of San Francisco when needed to work collaboratively with colleagues.

"This nomadic lifestyle trend is like decentralizing life, and changing the identity of travel." said Airbnb boss Brian Chesky.

Reference: Airbnb, Twitter @bchesky

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