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The Local Talent Index dives deeper into remote working

by Margaret Willard

WorkMotion, a company that assists other companies in handling remote work compliances, recently conducted a study called “The Local Talent Index.” The goal was to “understand which cities are best placed to compete for the remote jobs of today and tomorrow, and benefit from the increase in taxable income that will be generated.”

The study looked at six professions that are all quickly moving into remote work and analyzed cities based on key points related to those professions, including access to talent, remote working infrastructure, and salary comparisons.

Visit online for more details on the professions, cities, and data found.

– MaryGrace Williams360 Media, Inc.

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