Remote Work Gap Between San Antonio and Nation Continues to Grow
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The percentage of San Antonians working remotely is decreasing as the rates of remote work continue to decline nationwide. San Antonio has a below-average rate of remote workers due to its dominant industries that do not offer remote work opportunities. In 2022, the percentage of remote workers in San Antonio was 13.6 percent, down from 15.1 percent in 2021. Across the US, the percentage of remote workers in 2022 was 15.2 percent, down from 18 percent in 2021.
"In San Antonio, tourism, hospitality, health care, education, the military, defense contracting and manufacturing are some of the leading industries," said Mike Ramsey, executive director of workforce development for the city. "Those areas are not as likely to offer remote work in those positions."
In Houston, the percentage of remote workers was below the statewide average at 12.5 percent, while Dallas had a higher percentage at 16.4 percent. The tech hub of Austin had the highest percentage of remote workers, with 30.7 percent of workers being fully remote.
"Computer information, finance sectors, accounting, marketi
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