I have always wanted to roam the world, but never thought I could, other than vacations and retirement, and the stuff I did in college.
But I recently learn that "Project manager" is one of the categories they need, and it is something I have done for several years, albeit shittily, (for a shitty company that would have no other way) and more for construction type stuff.
There is a ton of stuff on the web about digital nomading but it is very hard to tell the shilling from the reality.
Is it really the 'growth field' the hype suggests?
How does one manage a project remotely?
Will the skills I got from construction type project management translate over to the remote stuff, which seems to be more tech related?
My job title does not imply much project management, does that matter?
I have no formal certification for it, is a Coursera or Allison certification good enough, or simply slightly better than nothing?
I do have a post graduate business education.