Is remote work here to stay?
Companies are anticipating that employees won’t return to the office for months, causing major cities to have high vacancy rates. FOX Business’ Kristina Partsinevelos with more.
The coronavirus pandemic made working from home routine for many people, but once life returns to normal, some cities might have more opportunities to continue to work remotely.
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On Thursday, SmartAsset released its third annual report on the best U.S. cities to work from home.
The personal finance technology company analyzed the top 100 largest cities in the U.S. and ranked them based on seven measurements.
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Those measurements were, percentage of the workforce who worked from home in 2019, estimated percentage of the workforce who can work from home, five-year change in percentage of the workers reporting they work from home, October 2020 unemployment rate, poverty rate, housing costs as a percentage of earnings and percentage of residences with two or more bedrooms.