Remote workers are loving these 10 places.
Everyone has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in one way or another.
Many people have transitioned their daily routine of going into the office to 100% remote work.
With no longer needing to be close to an office, many workers have ventured away from their homes to work remotely elsewhere.
- “83 percent of respondents are in favor of relocating as part of remote working
- A quarter believe they will be able to ‘live where they want to and work remotely’
- One in five of those surveyed have relocated their living situation during the pandemic either temporarily or permanently
- 60 percent of parents are very or somewhat likely to consider working remotely and traveling with their children if schools continue to be disrupted
- Unsurprisingly, Gen Z’ers and young millennials are most likely to believe they can move to a new location to work or study remotely”
The survey went on to showcase the most popular US travel destinations that remote workers have set up makeshift offices.
- Park City, Utah
- Truckee, California
- Steamboat Springs, Colorado
- Durham, North Carolina
- Santa Fe, New Mexico
- Boise, Idaho
- Richmond, Virginia
- Greenville, South Carolina
- Indianapolis, Indiana
- Fort Walton Beach, Florida
With having the flexibility to work from anywhere, remote workers are taking advantage of traveling to new places across the US.
If your job allows it, why not give a new city or town a try for a week while working remote? Where would you travel? Tweet @StarterNoise.
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