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U.S. workers decamp from cities to smaller towns via remote work

When the COVID-19 pandemic prompted Jack Calcutt’s bosses in the Greater New York area to allow remote work, he and his family moved to Topeka, Kansas, and what was to have been a temporary arrangement became permanent.

“We ended up buying a home in late summer or early fall of last year. And then it became clear that the world was going to change permanently from a technology standpoint. We would be able to work remotely for a longer period of time, indefinitely,” said Mr. Calcutt, a sales manager for the financial data company FactSet.

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