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Pandorahub: Helping Freelancers Live And Work In Nature




Last year I wrote two articles on the impact of remote work and the freelance revolution on struggling rural and urban economies here in the US. One piece talked about how secondary cities – I called them legacy cities because they typically played an important role in the development of their regional economy but, at some point, were left behind in population growth – saw remote work and freelancing as a means of renewal, creating opportunity both in the type of work and income. A second article described how innovative rural areas like Piute County in Utah had teamed up …

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