As governments have issued stay-at-home orders during the novel coronavirus pandemic, more and more businesses are allowing their employees to work remotely. This means that those people won’t necessarily be tied down to living in a particular city. Axios recently reported that a poll showed that one-third of Americans were considering a move to less-populated places. Once the dust settles from the pandemic, where could the best places to live be?
Business Insider used nine economic, educational and demographic metrics from government data sources and academic research to determine which cities could be best for people to live in after the pandemic, should they choose to move. We’ve included the 10 best cities here. Is yours on the list?