Wall Street Journal: Remote Workers Can Live Anywhere. These Cities (and Small Towns) Are Luring Them With Perks.
Shara Gaona didn’t know much about Topeka when the pandemic struck. But the remote-working United Airlines analyst, untethered from her Chicago office, decided to move to the Kansas capital and collect $10,000 in local government incentives.
Topeka is on a growing list of locations—from Bemidji, Minn., to the state of West Virginia – dangling incentives to entice remote workers.
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