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North Carolina ranks No. 2 for working from home, new study says | WRAL TechWire

April 6, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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North Carolina has another accolade to use when recruiting businesses to locate here in these pandemic times: The state ranks No. 2 for "Best Working from Home" in a new study from financial

RALEIGH – North Carolina has another accolade to use when recruiting businesses to locate here in these pandemic times: The state ranks No. 2 for “Best Working from Home” in a new study from financial information site WalletHub. That’s important since as WalletHub notes more than 70% of workers continue to telework from home for their jobs.

For example, IBM expects most of its employees to operate in a hybrid environment: work from home and in the office.

To answer the original question, I think companies should and will put more resources towards employees working from home effectively.

North Carolina ranked 16th for telework before the pandemic struck a year ago, according to WalletHub.

“The data set ranges from the share of workers working from home before COVID-19 to internet cost and cybersecurity,” WalletHub reported.

Together, these metrics show how feasible working from home is in terms of cost, comfort and safety. ”

Working from Home in North Carolina (1=Best, 25=Avg. )

16th – Share of Population Working from Home (pre-COVID-19)

5th – Average Home Square Footage

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