Want to Work Remote? Try Looking for Jobs In These 10 States and 10 Cities New data finds the states and cities with the most remote work opportunities, as well as the places with the most entry level remote jobs.
As case numbers rise across the country, the demand for remote positions has never been stronger. For recent high school and college grads looking to enter the workforce for the first time, remote work is particularly appealing. They could live at home and save money while working, or try out jobs in a few cities before picking a more permanent home base.
One advantage of remote work is that you aren't bound to a specific geographic location, but it turns out narrowing down your search parameters could help you find something more easily. In September, Moneypenny analyzed 71,000 jobs posted on Indeed to find the states and cities with the highest number of remote work positions.