36% of Americans Won’t Move to Rural Areas Due to Slow Internet Speeds
Some 36% of Americans say bad or limited internet access is preventing them from moving to rural areas. This according to a report by Satellite Internet. With COVID-19 forcing much of the commercial and social activities to go online, the internet has become an integral part of lives everywhere.
Currently, 54% of Americans now rely on the internet for working from home. In fact, a recent report indicates employers save up to $11,000 annually for each employee who works from home at least half the time.
Slow Internet Speed Impeding Urban Sprawl
Even though people are enticed with extra
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