With many businesses embracing a work-from-home structure, an estimated 12.1% of workers now work entirely from home, while 27.8% have a hybrid schedule. While you can work remotely from anywhere, some places are still better than others.

A recent study by WalletHub identified the best and worst states for remote workers based on factors such as cybersecurity, internet access, and the cost of living. The work-from-home trend isn’t going anywhere

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics , more than one-third of employed people in the United States did some or all of their work at home. While the […]

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