Best US Cities To Work Remotely

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MakeMyMove identifies the best US cities to work remotely. 

The first COVID outbreak started a new moving trend across several US cities. Most people moved away from big cities to live in more affordable states. As a result, cities like Las Vegas and Dallas launched convenient initiatives to attract remote workers and tech talent. 

And people moved to diverse US cities to work remotely, attracted by cash incentives to housing discounts.

Requirements change in every State. However, remote workers can move to affordable locations improving their work-life balance while supporting local and rural economies.  

The website selected the best US cities to work remotely in the post-pandemic era: 

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Tusla launched multiple initiatives to attract remote workers. For example, they promoted inTulsa, a career program to connect tech professionals with entrepreneurs and companies. Furthermore, applicants outside Oklahoma can claim up to $10,000 in relocation incentives to move in the area. 

Ruston, Louisiana

Ruston promoted convenient incentives for recent graduates to move back and work remotely. The incentive package includes a $10,000 grant for over three years. And a lifetime membership with the Alumni Foundation.

Morgantown and Lewisburg, West Virginia

West Virginia created a convenient deal for remote workers. For example, Morgantown is near the West Virginia University. The city offers an incentive package of $20,000, including $12,000 in cash. In a similar vein, Lewisburg offers a package up to $20,000.

Montpelier, Vermont

Montpelier’s incentive program allows a $5,000/year cash incentive for two years. For those who start working for a Vermont company, the bonus is $7,500.

Northwest Arkansas

Northwest Arkansas offered incentives for remote workers up to $10,000, including a mountain bike valued at $750. Furthermore, the University went into full remote mode, allowing more flexibility to its employees. 

Moving to different US cities to work remotely is a consequence of the pandemic. And, it also reflects new priorities for employees and employers alike. 

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