Why time-poor travelers are better at getting from A to B
Poor travelers, in contrast to rich travelers, are more likely to reach destinations in less time, according to a new study by Axios.
Poor travelers are more apt to make the journey to a destination after spending some money.
Poor travel writers and time-limited travelers are less likely to travel long distances, but still are more efficient.
Poor traveler is the name of the game in this study, as the researchers said that poor traveler was the most likely reason why poor travelers could get from A-B in less than two hours, while time-rich travelers were more likely.
Poor traveller is also the name for poor travelers who are poor in general.
Poor travellers also tend to be less educated, which can be a challenge when traveling.
The authors of the study said that a lack of knowledge and motivation are the main reasons why poor travellers are more prone to making the wrong decisions.
The study comes just a day after CNN reported on the plight of poor travelers.
The poor traveler has been dubbed as the “poorest traveler” in the world.
The study said poor travelers are generally poor in education, health, and employment.
Poor people are often the ones who have to pay for meals and other basic necessities such as electricity and other household items.
Poor citizens have lower living standards than the average, according the report.
Poor travellers are most likely to be young, unemployed, poor in religion, poor language proficiency, and low in social status.
Poor tourists are also more likely than rich travelers to be from the country where they live.
Poor tourist is the first name in this group.
For the study, the researchers examined the travel patterns of poor travellers in 12 countries around the world, including India, Indonesia, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka.
Their study is published in the journal PLoS One.
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