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Many Americans relocated during pandemic-ravaged 2020 due to a job loss or fear of catching the coronavirus. In 2021, COVID-19 was less common of a reason for moving — but remote work was more of one.
In 2022, the trend continued, with Americans fleeing the nation’s largest cities for more affordable climes.
Cities and towns left out of the boom are working to lure such workers and families to migrate there, hoping to boost their populations and grow their economies. Some dangle offers of thousands of dollars to entice workers — often workers who can do their jobs remotely.
These places in the U.S. are offering financial incentives to newcomers.
1. West Virginia
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