What do you mean by non location-dependent?
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Your facts are correct, but you're missing half the equation
posted by sluredandstumbly
If you mean more and more people will be positioned to telecommute, I think states like OH, IN, MI and can win again as some very well qualified candidates will choose to live in lower costs locations while getting paid at big city rates.
very well qualified candidates would choose to live in IN?
if, as font clarified, choosing between Chi and IN
IN wins on cost of living
I think it would help IN retain qualified candidates, but
Sorry for the drive-by earlier - my job got in the way
I'm mostly contrasting with NYC, Chicago, DC
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