#DigitalNomads: Freelancers and Telecommuters Top 10 Cities
According to a recent Gallup Poll, 37% of Americans cut the cord and telecommuted remotely in 2015, up from a paltry 9% a couple of decades ago. They took a deep dive intothe top 100 metros in the country, based on the number of households, to figure out the spots that are most suited for freelance and telecommuting lifeplaces that are affordable, fun, and WFH-friendly . They factored in the following: Median metro home prices, according to realtor.comMedian metro one-bedroom rental prices, according to themost recentU.S.
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