Brazilian fever is in full swing and the eye of the international community is on Brazil all thanks to the launch of the international spectacular, the FIFA World Cup. With that in mind, we thought we might point you coworking-curious to this recent article by DeskMag profiling the coworking population of Brazil. According to a recent study, conducted by Brazilian organization Movebla, the most common coworkers are specialized young professionals (40% are between the ages of 26 and 35). Mainly entrepreneurs and freelancers are interested in making use of the coworking space, which is usually located within their own city. However, 11% commute from another city, also revealing a nomadic tendency. “The next step for this research will be trying to make the owners contribute to the survey. Ultimately we are studying new ways of working, coworking, and new office ways in general. It is a well-known fact around the world that start-ups are well suited for coworking spaces. One of the significant results of our data revealed that, in the Brazilian sphere, there are a quickly growing number of entrepreneurs,” reports Movebla founder, Anderson. Now that you’re better informed about the state of the current coworking community of Brazil, it’s clear that North or South America, developed or developing- our countries have a lot in common when it comes to workforce evolution. Now I say get that flight book, and that desk space reserved, and head on down to see for yourself!