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Remote workers are being paid $20,000 to relocate to America’s small towns

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By Carolyn Said

San Francisco Chronicle

Small towns across America have a message for the new crop of remote workers: We’ll pay you to move here.

From Maine to Michigan, communities are dangling incentives ranging up to $20,000 in cash and perks for out-of-state folks who relocate and stay at least a year, while continuing their existing jobs from a distance. Besides the money, the main lures are lifestyle amenities — a slower pace, affordable housing, less traffic, access to nature, close-knit communities.

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