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I suppose it depends a bit on the company. For example, if you "work remotely" but have to come into an office occasionally then you'd probably not want to live very far away.

However if you are truly working remotely then there is no coming into an office. So it doesn't matter where you work. I've been working remotely for a company for 6.5 years now and although I haven't moved, we've had staff that has moved to different states. It should not be a problem for any good company.

And yes, you can work anywhere. I work mostly from my home office. But sometimes I grab my laptop and go work elsewhere: library, cafe, co-working office, outside.

What I've Learned After Working Remotely for 10+ Years

 
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