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Remote work is here to stay – and it could be a boon for Ohio small towns

By Kendall Crawford


A historic building in Athens, known as the Armory, has long been vacant. Thanks to federal funds, the downtown landmark is now transitioning into a coworking space.

The small city in southeastern Ohio is trying to invest in its remote workers and attract more people to the area. It’s a trend that could spread to other Ohio small towns, according to Brent Lane, senior Executive in Residence at Ohio University.


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