These are the best cities globally for remote working

According to Nestpick, the Australian city of Melbourne is the best for remote work.Melbourne was praised for its livability factors, including safety, health care and culture, as well as its remote work infrastructure.Nestpick also ranked it as one of only 10 cities that offer a "digital nomadic" visa. This visa allows self-employed or foreign-employed remote workers to work in the country. Other cities included Zagreb (previously Lisbon), Tallinn, Tallinn.Nestpick's study included 75 cities around the world. The platform selected these locations based on their popularity as "most livable".The scores were then divided into three broad categories: infrastructure and costs, legislation and freedoms, and livingability. This included, for example, an analysis of the availability and price of suitable home office space.The average monthly rent for an apartment in Melbourne was 681 euros ($807) per bedroom. San Francisco, USA had the highest average home office rent cost of 1,736 Euros per month. Rio de Janeiro Brazil had the lowest at 119 Euros per month.Nestpick also noted the percentage of Covid-19-vaccinated residents of each city as a measure of government response to the current health crisis.Nestpick CEO Omer Kucukdere said that the coronavirus epidemic had caused many people to reconsider their priorities. This has led to remote work flexibility being revealed and raised the question, "Is it possible to work remotely?"Kucukdere noted that high-earners had left "business-focused" cities to seek better lifestyles and took their purchasing power with them.Here are the top ten cities where you can work from anywhere: