The geography of employment is changing. The pandemic is calling into question old assumptions, particularly the idea that companies must be located in high-cost coastal metros that were seen as centres of the business universe.

What started with tech companies such as Twitter granting employees the option to work remotely permanently, is broadening into other, more conservative companies plotting moves to nontraditional locations with lower costs...

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