Hey all. I'd love this group's perspectives on what small towns / small town governments can do to attract and retain remote workers.
With the pandemic leading many companies to announce permanent remote / hybrid situations, it's a huge opportunity for small towns to win. Sure, they have cheaper real estate, but what's it really going to take to draw remote workers out of cities?
EDIT: I'm specifically referring to small towns that are looking to capitalize on the remote work trend to draw workers out of cities. As in, those workers used to be in an office, are already living in cities, but are now given the opportunity to move if they want to because their company just went remote.
EDIT: I ended up doing more research and writing a post about this topic for my newsletter, Remotely Inclined. Here's the post: https://remotelyinclined.substack.com/p/what-small-towns-and-cities-need