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  • Americans are leaving busy cities for warmer climes
  • Americans are leaving busy cities for warmer climes
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Americans are leaving busy cities for warmer climes

As remote work becomes increasingly normalized across the American workforce, many are rethinking how and where they live. A study has revealed that migration trends are continuing to see people move away from dense urban areas to rural areas, warmer states, and states with lower taxation.

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