Where did the most people work from home during the pandemic? The answer lies within this colorful visual from FinancialForce that highlights the 20 metropolitan statistical areas and the 20 micropolitan statistical areas across the United States where the highest percentages of people were found to work from home in 2020. They created the visual using data that was collected from the U.S. Census Bureau’s annual American Community Survey. The FinancialForce team also used the survey data to find the statistical areas that had the highest increase in people that worked from home between 2019 and 2020. Were you one of the many Americans that ended up working from home in 2020?
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