At least 45 towns and communities are offering money and other incentives to get remote workers to move there.
Although such programs began before the pandemic, they have accelerated sharply since the health crisis allowed many more Americans to work from home.
Forty-seven percent of company leaders surveyed by research firm Gartner last year said they planned to allow employees to continue working remotely going forward.
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