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The boomerang-worker boom

“Boomerang workers” — those who’ve returned to their hometowns to do remote work — rose with the pandemic, but the phenomenon shows signs of sticking around beyond it.

Low Birth Rates May Not Be a Deciding Factor for Rural Populations

What rural America may be missing in births it could potentially make up for with current migration patterns.

See you in 20 (or less): Living where access is within a short walk or bike ride

How cities aim to incorporate getting to and from common destinations in less than an hour

7 Oregon counties have voted to join ‘Greater Idaho’

The grassroots group “Move Oregon’s Border For a Greater Idaho” has rallied seven of Oregon’s 36 counties to vote in favor of considering becoming part of Idaho.

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We provide you  tools and resources to access hundreds of remote job opportunities,  allowing you to make a career change or create extra income, and  to help you to achieve success as a telecommute worker. 

CNN commentator Rick Santorum receives backlash after saying ‘there isn’t much Native American culture in American culture’

“We came here and created a blank slate. We birthed a nation from nothing. I mean, there was nothing here. I mean, yes we have Native Americans but candidly there isn’t much Native American culture in American culture,” the former Pennsylvania senator said.

Moving to a ‘tax friendly’ state? Do your homework first

“It is my strong sense that these cross-state moves in retirement are strongly motivated for financial reasons,” said Jaclyn Lambert, a spokesperson for HireAHelper.

HBO – “Our Towns: A 100,000-Mile Journey into the Heart of America”

Based on journalists James and Deborah Fallows’ book Our Towns: A 100,000-Mile Journey into the Heart of America, the film spotlights local initiatives and explores how a sense of community and common language of change can help people and towns find a different path to the future.

Where Americans Are Moving — and Why They Really Are Doing It

It’s true that some cities have been losing population, but it’s not because of a mass exodus to escape the coronavirus. Don’t look for a lot of moving vans heading from Brooklyn to Mayberry.

Looking for a new place to live? What does a community need to tell you about to help you make a decision?

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