The latest numbers show that about 71% of us are working from home. As a matter of fact, I’m working from home writing this story right now. There are great benefits to working from home like not wearing pants. I know you were thinking the same thing. There are some negatives, like using your own internet, electricity, and how many people are at home bothering while you are trying to get work done. Wallethub.com has used these factors and more to determine the best states and worst states for working from home. Check out the interactive map.
The 10 best states for working from home are Delaware, North Carolina, Georgia, New Hampshire, Tennessee, Arizona, New Jersey, Texas, Utah, and Oregon.
The 10 worst states from working from home are Alaska, Hawaii, North Dakota, Mississippi, Arkansas, Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico, Iowa, and West Virginia.
One of the most interesting findings of their report is that most people working from home want to continue after the pandemic is over. How did your state rank? Do miss seeing your co-workers?
-- Doug O’Brien