More people than ever are leaving big cities and choosing to live in more rural settings. Anyone that makes the move, will be living there, working there, and playing there – but at the same time, will be collecting a paycheck from a big city corporation, and makes a direct injection of cash into the local rural economy. Work where you play?
COVID-19 has brought with it an unprecedented shift in how people view work, and how they approach work/life balance. All across the world, office workers are realizing that being in an office at the company headquarters isn’t nearly as important as they thought it was. At the same time, employers are coming to the conclusion that they don’t need 100% of their employees in the office, and that there are significant benefits to allowing workplace flexibility to their workers.
Amidst all of this, there is a growing number of people that aren’t as comfortable as they once were with being in a big city surrounded by large crowds.