How remote work is reshaping America’s urban geography
Is working from home good news for smaller cities? Remote professionals in the US are moving to smaller metropolitan areas to save on money and optimise space, providing a much-needed boost for their new local economies. Richard Florida and Adam Ozimek explore how many small towns are attempting to attract this lucrative group to their neighbourhoods and explain why it may be the beginning of the remote-work revolution.
From The Wall Street Journal