The best US cities for remote software developers

The COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped many people’s attitude toward work, from embracing greater flexibility to an evolving relationship with the physical workspace.

For software developers specifically—who tend to be able to work wherever they have an internet connection strong enough to open an IDE and Slack—location is becoming less important than quality of life.

Where the most talented US-based software engineers would formerly have to relocate to cities like San Francisco, Seattle, or New York for the best opportunities, a new set of emerging hubs is quickly making up ground in terms of quality of life and overall earning potential.

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