The pandemic forever changed our perception of remote working. Today many can, and do, work from anywhere in the world. To help make that choice, LawnStarter ranked over 200 U.S. cities on remote worker-friendliness, considering over 20 factors such as remote opportunities, internet connectivity, cost of living, personal workspace availability and more.
LawnStarter recently released its 2022’s Best Cities for Remote Workers, and our very own Atlanta ranked at No. 5, just behind Arlington, Texas and ahead of Austin, Texas.
According to the study, nine out of 10 of the worst cities for remote workers are located in California.