Since remote work is becoming the new norm across America, FinanceBuzz dug into the data to find the best cities for newly remote workers that offer a blend of affordability and amenities.
They analyzed multiple data sources to compile this ranking and considered six factors including essentials like cost of living and Wi-Fi speed, as well as perks like delivery options and the number of parks per capita for some much needed fresh air.
Henderson made the list at #23. Right above Richmond, Virginia and Cleveland, Ohio.
Kansas City ranks at the top of the list.
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