A former colleague of mine decided a few years ago to leave her job and home in Switzerland to join London with her boyfriend.
She found a part-time job and is happy with her new life. By the way, I congratulate her for her sense of adventure and for having taken some risks. Too many people are scared about taking this kind of initiative and getting out of their comfort zone.
This being said, she doesn't know today if she will have the right to stay in the UK or not.
So now you think: What is the link between Brexit and digital marketing?
Safety with the old economy?
Brexit shows us that some external events can change the game. You believe to have a secure job today but there are plenty of reasons that could have an impact on this situation.
Nobody knows today what will be the Brexit effect on jobs. Will you have to move to another country to keep your job? Change job? None of these?
We hear all and its opposite.
The idea is not to frighten you but to think about another approach about work.
The digital challenge
New jobs are in the digital economy. Doesn't mean it's easy. Doesn't mean it's not hard work.
What it means, however, is geographical freedom. As long as you have a laptop and an internet connection, you can work from anywhere. And this is a revolution! Even politics issues like Brexit have no impact.
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