nomadic worker

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nomadic worker UK US noun [C] WORKPLACE
someone who works in different places while away from their office, often using a mobile phone and the internet: »

The nomadic worker may not be based in an office, but could visit 10 different offices in one day.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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