Attract Those Remote Workers
Thursday, December 31, 2020
Did you know??
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, 43% of the workforce worked from home at least some of the time according to Gallup data. With the pandemic, that percentage increased and many people have switched to completely remote work.
With the switch, many found a certain freedom.
In April 2020, people in the U.S. relocated at twice the rate they did one year ago. And that higher rate of moves continued through May, reported The Wall Street Journal.
Remote workers are looking to relocate from more populated and price-y metros to smaller towns where they can more easily social distance, get more bang for their buck, and improve their general quality of life.