Generally speaking, when a company says it allows working remotely, does that mean it allows working from another country or perhaps only from another state in the USA or whatever?

  • Everything is possible. Working remotely is something straightforward within US and within EU. On the other hand, working from another country might have implications on the tax side, you cannot know, if not by asking, what a particular employer wants.
    – Antonio
    Mar 29 '15 at 22:16
  • @Antonio ok got u
    – Lynob
    Mar 29 '15 at 22:19
  • Sometimes there are legal issues when being a digital nomad, some questions are already asked in Travel.SE and in Expats.SE Mar 29 '15 at 22:48

We can't say for certain in general, but on Careers, it's safe to assume that yes, they mean anywhere in the world. We generally enforce this rule unless the client has a very specific reason like requiring government security clearance and that must be clearly stated in the listing.

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