What Will Become of Remote Work Delocation Bonuses?

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What goes up must come down, nothing lasts forever, and those who live on the coasts must move to Middle America … for the right price, of course.

After years in which cities like New York, San Francisco, and Seattle have attracted a disproportionate number of young, skilled, educated professionals with high-paying jobs and vibrant communities, over the past few years smaller cities like Topeka, Kansas; Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Claremont, Minnesota, have been trying to lure these workers away. With their lower costs of living, less cutthroat work cultures, and charming community vibes, smaller locales offer strong draws

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