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How one tech worker’s commute during the pandemic shifted from one city to more than a dozen states

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Matt Kobach was sitting in his car last fall about a dozen miles from Lake Tahoe, watching the sunrise unfold over Donner Lake while drinking his first cup of coffee before starting work for the day. Technically, this was part of his morning commute.
Since being hired by Fast a year ago, Kobach and his wife, Courtney Gossage, have been city-hopping just about every month, taking advantage of remote work by staying with friends or in an Airbnb while crisscrossing the U.S. — heading west to California and looping back, passing through more than a dozen cities on the way back to their home in Atlanta.

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