Global pandemic has had a significant impact on every aspect of our lives. The way we work has changed for many people, and for some, the change may be permanent. It is already clear that the move toward remote or virtual work is a trend that will become a normal mode of operation for certain careers. When we look at the cities that are convenient for this kind of work, we need to consider various factors like internet speed, rent and general living expenses. Most of the places that satisfy these requirements are in the suburb and Glendale, just outside of Phoenix, came on top of our list.

Key Takeaways:

  • Remote workers need things like co-working spaces and good wifi connection to be efficient.
  • A new list from Nerdwallet lists good remote working cities in the US, with Glendale taking top place.
  • Glendale, Arizona has a lot of coffee shops and libraries to work in, but the climate is uncomfortable for some.

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