How Remote Work Is Shaping the Future of America’s Big Cities

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As they enter the workforce, many people dream of landing a job in the big city—New York, Chicago, San Francisco, take your pick. But as remote work becomes a more popular (and feasible, thanks to technology) option, professionals at all stages of their careers have started asking themselves, If I really can do my job from anywhere, is a big city still my first choice?

Deurbanization is the process of population becoming less concentrated in urban areas and more dispersed rurally. This is not a new concept. People in the United States have fluctuated between cities and rural

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