Casting a Broader Recruitment Net in a Remote World

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For millennia, cities have been a key feature of civilizations and economies because they serve as a nexus for human interaction. Individuals have greater access to commerce and culture in cities, and companies generally have a better chance of selling goods and services, as well as greater access to talent pools.

Consequently, most top companies’ headquarters or bases of operations are located in urban areas, and they tend to recruit largely in their local metropolitan area.

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When companies do recruit more broadly, they usually expect new recruits to relocate to their location.

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