The remote-working revolution has just begun

The pandemic has thrown the future of work into flux. This is especially true in tech, an industry notoriously concentrated in several expensive U.S. cities. But as Covid-19 takes a toll on these overpriced outposts, many workers are choosing to relocate domestically to more affordable ones, such as Phoenix, Boise, or Miami. For those who moved to Silicon Valley from India or Nigeria or anywhere else in the world, though, Covid-19 may mean they finally no longer have to choose between their home and their career.