If you could have been dreaming of moonlight in Vermont — and getting a re-location subsidy — “the time has come to make your maple-syrup-coated dreams a reality,” stories Fast Company:
[F]or those that relocate this 12 months and can turn out that they have got full-time far flung jobs, it is imaginable to receives a commission again for shifting bills, web expenses, or club in a coworking house… The program offers up to $5,000 a year for two years.
For the state, this system is a method to take a look at to handle its shrinking inhabitants. “We’re the second-to-smallest state in the nation, and we’re also getting older, so we really need to make sure there’s more of a workforce here,” says Joan Goldstein, commissioner of the Vermont Department of Economic Development, which is operating the Remote Worker Grant Program. The complete state has a inhabitants of slightly greater than 600,000, kind of the scale of Louisville, Kentucky.
Vermont additionally known rising choice of Americans paintings remotely — just about two-thirds of businesses as of late have far flung employees, and one fresh survey discovered that hiring managers suppose it’s going to proceed to grow to be much more commonplace — and that many town dwellers in other places are suffering with hire on more and more overpriced flats… The median house worth in Brattleboro, kind of two hours from Boston, is not up to $200,000; a one-bedroom condominium a brief stroll from the native co-op (and a small coworking house) is going for $850 a month.
The price range for 2019 is $125,000, and shall be given out “on a first come, first served basis.”