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Michigan Ranks 43rd In Survey Of High Potential For Remote Job Opportunities



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BOULDER, CO – According to a recent survey, 55 percent of workers now want to work remotely full-time. Many are unaware, however, that for a variety of reasons, such as legal, taxes, and licensing issues, approximately 95 percent of remote jobs require remote workers to be based in a specific geographic location, such as a city or state. Michigan was ranked 43rd in this survey.

To help job seekers identify which states have high potential for remote job opportunities, FlexJobs has ranked all fifty states according to the ratio of available remote jobs in each state to active job seekers in the FlexJobs database as of June 1, 2022.

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“Overall we have seen a steady rise in the availability of remote jobs across all geographic regions of the United States, as well as an increase in the variety of job titles and industries hiring,” said Sara Sutton, Founder and CEO of FlexJobs. “In fact, the number of remote job postings in the FlexJobs database increased 12 percent from 2020 to 2021. Not only are remote jobs that have a geographic requirement on the rise but so are the highly coveted remote jobs that can be done from any location, all of which is great news for job seekers,” Sutton concluded.

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The top fifteen states are listed below with the full ranking available here: https://www.flexjobs.com/blog/post/top-states-with-the-most-remote-jobs/. These rankings do not reflect the overall volume of remote jobs in each state but rather the ratio of remote jobs to job seekers. Examples of remote-friendly companies currently hiring remote workers in each state are also included.

Just over half of the top fifteen states are located on the East Coast, and more narrowly, a third are located in the Northeast. No West Coast or southern states made the top fifteen. These states have the least competition for remote jobs in the U.S.

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