The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted migration patterns in fundamental ways, as remote work has altered how and where people conduct business. Virtual Migrations, the third in the three-part series, underscores the dynamics at work as technological advances and pervasive high-speed internet are enabling greater efficiencies.
- Understand how flexible work environments are fundamentally altering traditional commuting patterns across the US
- Demonstrate locational advantages of smaller communities and the amenities they provide as alternatives to urban centers
- Highlight transformations in workplace environments that are making long-distance telecommuting an economically viable alternative to the traditional office
- Reveal complexities associated with locational decisions for affordable housing as a result of economic pressures.
This session was recorded on December 1, 2021.
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