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The 7 Most Popular Places in the US for Remote Workers

If you’re thinking about relocating to a new neighbourhood to work remotely, you’re not alone. With the end of the office as we know it, more and more workers are leaving larger cities to work somewhere a little more peaceful (and less expensive!). Airbnb released a new survey, which shows the most popular places in the US for remote workers right now.

From July to September this year, there has been a 128% increase in Airbnb guest reviews mentioning “relocation”, “relocate”, “remote work” and “trying a new neighborhood” in comparison to the same time frame last year. Suburbs and rural areas are proving most popular for remote working in the US. People who have the opportunity to work from anywhere are actively booking longer stays (2+ week trips) in small-to-mid-size cities with access to immersive natural surroundings and wide open spaces.

Most Popular Places in the US for Remote Workers

1. Park City, Utah

Park City is the perfect mountain town! It strikes a balance between luxury and comfort, all the while showing a deep appreciation for athletics, arts and community.

Check out these great homes to work remotely in Park City.

2. Truckee, California

Truckee has been a popular alternative to the Bay Area for a couple years now. It is a small mountain town with big energy that is loaded with plenty of things to do.

Check out these great homes to work remotely in Truckee.

3. Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Steamboat Springs is a ski town with cowboy vibes. It’s naturally laid back, with a friendly and inviting feel.

Check out these great homes to work remotely in Steamboat Springs.

4. Durham, North Carolina

Home to Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, is so much more than just a college town.

Check out these great homes to work remotely in Durham.

5. Santa Fe, New Mexico

Founded between 1607 and 1610, Santa Fe is America’s second oldest city. Its unique offerings of art, culture and ancient traditions make it a world-class destination.

Check out these great homes to work remotely in Santa Fe.

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6. Boise, Idaho

Boise, Idaho, has been called the best place for millennials to live in the US.

Check out these great homes to work remotely in Boise.

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7. Richmond, Virginia

Richmond offers a wide range of cultural attractions, as well as a great craft beer scene and 900+ restaurants.

Check out these great homes to work remotely in Richmond.

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In the survey by Airbnb:

  • 83% of respondents are in favour of relocating as part of remote working.
    A quarter believe they will be able to ‘live where they want to and work remotely’.
    One in five of those surveyed have relocated their living situation during the pandemic either temporarily or permanently.
    60% of parents are very or somewhat likely to consider working remotely and traveling with their children if schools continue to be disrupted.
    Unsurprisingly, Gen Z’ers and young millennials are most likely to believe they can move to a new location to work or study remotely.
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Sarah Clayton-Lea
Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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