In the event that you are thinking about moving toward the Southern part of the US, you might need to consider one of these urban communities that have chances to work from home and save money. Business Insider has concocted a list of the best US urban areas to live in after the pandemic.
51.9% of jobs can be done from home in this metro area, the highest share among all US metro areas. The city also has the ninth-highest total spending per student in elementary and secondary public schools of metro areas in the South, and the school district in the metro area with the most students enrolled spends $13,223 per person.
In Tallahassee, about 43.4% of jobs can be done from home, the fifth-highest share among metro areas in the South and 14th-highest share among all US metro areas. The pre-coronavirus unemployment rate was 2.9%, lower than the US rate of 3.5% in February.
College Station, Texas
The weekly commute in this metro area of three hours and three minutes is the fourth-shortest among metro areas in the South. 42.1% of jobs can be done from home in College Station, the sixth-highest share among metro areas in this region.
San Angelo, Texas
San Angelo’s population density of 34.9 is the smallest population density among metro areas in the South. This city also has the second-shortest weekly commute among metro areas in this region at two hours and 53 minutes.
Wichita Falls, Texas
Wichita Falls’ population density is 57.7 people per square mile, the sixth-smallest population density among metro areas in the South. This metro area’s cost of living is 12.4% less than the national average.
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