During the COVID-19 pandemic, remote work became essential and it's still going strong, despite employers trying various tactics to bring workers back to the office. Recently, Meta halted remote work in new job openings, pay cuts for remote staff emerged, and even one CEO outsourced a job to cut costs. JPMorgan mandated five days in the office for managing directors. About 12% of US workers still work remotely, according to WFH research. WalletHub ranked states for remote work in 2023, considering factors like internet access and living costs. Delaware took the top spot, followed by Utah, Maryland, Connecticut, and New Jersey. Washington DC, Georgia, Arizona, Washington, and Colorado rounded out the top ten.
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