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Indiana ranks as the highest state in the ROAM index, which analyzes how states treat remote workers in terms of tax and regulatory policies. Other states looking to attract remote workers should follow Indiana's lead.
"This year, Indiana ranks the highest of any state with an income tax. States that are not in a position to eliminate their income tax but want to attract more remote workers should follow Indiana's lead."
Remote work has become increasingly popular and is expected to persist even after the pandemic. Studies show that approximately 50% of workers always work from home or in a hybrid arrangement. Remote work is especially common in certain industries and populous states.
"Roughly 50% of workers report they always work from home or are in a hybrid arrangement. Remote work is especially common in certain industries, such as professional services, and in the most populous states."