Remote work in Massachusetts has declined dramatically since 2021, study says
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According to a study from LLC.org, Massachusetts has seen a significant decrease in remote workers since 2021, with a drop of over 165,000 workers, or nearly 20%. This decrease ranks Massachusetts as the state with the fourth-largest decline in remote work out of all 50 states.
The number of remote workers in the Bay State has decreased by more than 165,000 since 2021 - a nearly 20% drop.
The study also found that Boston, the capital city of Massachusetts, has experienced a decline in remote workers. The number of remote workers in Boston has decreased by over 30,000 since 2021, marking a decrease of about 28%. This places Boston in the top 10 cities with the largest drop in remote work.
Additionally, the study found that the number of remote workers in Boston alone has decreased by more than 30,000 since 2021 - a decrease of about 28%.
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