Where’s anywhere? Top 20 most popular cities in US for remote workers
For fairly obvious reasons, remote work has become increasingly prevalent in America over the past couple of years. As professional jobs across the country adapted to socially distanced realities, attitudes toward remote work changed quickly. Soon, work-from-home evolved to work-from-anywhere, with employees embracing flexibility and balance and seeking opportunities that allowed them to do their jobs outside a traditional office — and, more and more, far away from the organization itself. The growth of remote work In two years, remote work opportunities have grown from less than 4 percent of all high-paying jobs — $100,000-plus — before the pandemic to more than 15 percent today. That’s according to data from the career site Ladders , which projects that 25 percent of all high-paying jobs in North America will be remote by the end of...
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