(Wyoming) – While it’s become a trend over the last several years, 2020 forced a lot of Americans to, at least temporarily, attempt to work from home.
And while Wyoming residents are mixed about liking or disliking the ability to work from home, a new study from WalletHub has found that our state may be one of the worst places in the country to do so.
The study used 12 metrics including share of employees working from home, internet cost, cybersecurity, and opportunities to work from home.
Overall Wyoming ranks as the 45th best place to work from home out of the 50 states and D.C.
The worst states included Alaska, Hawaii, North Dakota, Mississippi, Arkansas and Montana.
The best places to work from home according to the study are Delaware, North Carolina, Georgia, New Hampshire and Tennessee.