I am looking into specifically India, Pakistan, Far middle eastern and a large swath of people around those areas. I will eventually look into contacting directly, but I need data which shows me these people are far enough away from large modern cities but yet are adaptive enough to have grabbed hold of modernity in the form of internet and cell phones.
To reiterate, ideally, it would be a city long between two modern ones which sees little or no need but still has cell phones or internet laying around and would be motivated if an opportunity arose.
Obviously I would need a few english speakers around as I would rarely be able to speak to anyone otherwise, and I am even questioning whether they need fast enough internet to face time. It will all come through in data. I need a place with a low local income, as i myself can only wager the value of the dollar against the local economy. I will need to figure out the mood toward working with an American and be given at least a few examples of popular websites in each locality.
I will likely eventually need employment data, diet, health and longevity, religious and cultural practices, language, and history of politics to narrow down the results.
The data can include vast areas of relatively low density for a city if you can show examples that reinforce this city has little in the way of tourism, much in the way of visiting other countries and learning widely what is available.
As to which examples we can look for right now?
Low density high rural cities with high unemployment.
Higher density villages and farms with established remote work (freelancing or outsource). Smaller areas with specific advantages, English speaking, tech equipped.
I am posting at a low relative pay amount because I am reflecting on how much more data I will eventually need, and more work. I have my own work to keep pace with and am only piecing out what i need done. This is an ongoing project and any person can win over my ongoing support.
Data including villages equiped for remote work including a wide demographic and socioeconomic and cultureligious report being done to identify the best opportunities to establish remote work opportunities.
I expect that if you are collecting such a vast amount of data to sort through, that at a certain point some of the broader refined data can be included alongside the requested data as backups and repository information.
In other words. Please only throw away flagrantly void information. Locations which match request closely can be attached for further inspection.