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People from these metros find new jobs in Santa Fe

(STACKER) – The COVID-19 pandemic has really changed the way we think about the nature of work, and in particular, where we live versus where we’re employed. Pre-pandemic, telework or work-from-home situations existed, but they were not the norm. Nearly 6 in 10 Americans rarely or never teleworked before the pandemic. Months later, just over half of the workers who could were working from home. Although vaccines are on the horizon – and with that, an imminent return to office life – many still prefer this new way of working.

Employees have discovered that working from home definitely has an advantage. No more long and stressful journeys. They were more productive. Having more flexibility over time allowed them to better manage a household. For those living in expensive real estate markets, the pandemic has presented an opportunity to make the leap to a more affordable city without sacrificing big-city pay.

While many employers want to bring workers back to the office to some extent, the work-from-home trend is likely to last. With it, small towns can continue to thrive as people leave big cities for a different way of life. So where in your state do people come to settle and enjoy this new work lifestyle from anywhere? To find out, Stacker compiled a list of the metros where most people find new jobs in Santa Fe, NM, using job-to-job flow data from the US Census Bureau. Subways are ranked by the number of people who started a new job in Santa Fe, NM in the first quarter of 2021.

#fifteen. San Diego-Chula Vista-Carlsbad, CA

– Started a new job in Santa Fe from San Diego in Q1 2021: 10
– #260 (tie) most common destination in San Diego
– Started a new job in San Diego from Santa Fe in Q1 2021: 3
— 0.2% of total new jobs outside the metro
– Net workflow: 7 in Santa Fe

#14. Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX

– Started a new job in Santa Fe from Houston in Q1 2021: 11
— #156 most popular destination from Houston
– Started a new job in Houston from Santa Fe in Q1 2021: 20
— 1.4% of total new jobs outside the metro
– Net workflow: 9 in Houston

#13. Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI

– Started a new job in Santa Fe from Chicago in the first quarter of 2021: 11
– #243 (tie) most common destination in Chicago
– Started a new job in Chicago from Santa Fe in Q1 2021: 7
— 0.5% of total new jobs outside the metro
– Net workflow: 4 in Santa Fe

#12. Austin-Round Rock-Georgetown, TX

– Started a new job in Santa Fe from Austin in Q1 2021: 13
– #103 (tie) most common destination from Austin
– Started a new job in Austin from Santa Fe in Q1 2021: 14
— 0.9% of total new jobs outside the metro
– Net workflow: 1 to Austin

#11. San Francisco-Oakland-Berkeley, California

– Started a new job in Santa Fe from San Francisco in Q1 2021: 13
— #299 most popular destination from San Francisco
– Started a new job in San Francisco from Santa Fe in Q1 2021: 1
— 0.1% of total new jobs outside the metro
– Net workflow: 12 in Santa Fe

# ten. Phoenix-Mesa-Chandler, AZ

– Started a new job in Santa Fe from Phoenix in Q1 2021: 15
— #121 most popular destination from Phoenix
– Started a new job in Phoenix from Santa Fe in Q1 2021: 30
— 2.0% of total new jobs outside the metro
– Net workflow: 15 to Phoenix

#9. Non-metropolitan region(s), CO

– Started a new job in Santa Fe since No in Q1 2021: 17
— #40 most common destination of No
– Started a new job in Non of Santa Fe in the first quarter of 2021: 16
— 1.1% of total new jobs outside the metro
– Net workflow: 1 to Santa Fe

#8. El Paso, TX

– Started a new job in Santa Fe from El Paso in Q1 2021: 18
— #70 most popular destination from El Paso
– Started a new job in El Paso from Santa Fe in Q1 2021: 12
— 0.8% of total new jobs outside the metro
– Net workflow: 6 in Santa Fe

#7. Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX

– Started a new job in Santa Fe from Dallas in Q1 2021: 18
– #228 (tie) most common destination from Dallas
– Started a new job in Dallas from Santa Fe in Q1 2021: 15
— 1.0% of total new jobs outside the metro
– Net workflow: 3 to Santa Fe

#6. Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA

– Started a new job in Santa Fe from Los Angeles in Q1 2021: 19
– #160 (tie) most common destination from Los Angeles
– Started a new job in Los Angeles from Santa Fe in Q1 2021: 16
— 1.1% of total new jobs outside the metro
– Net workflow: 3 to Santa Fe

#5. Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO

– Started a new job in Santa Fe from Denver in Q1 2021: 24
— #93 most popular destination from Denver
– Started a new job in Denver from Santa Fe in Q1 2021: 25
— 1.7% of total new jobs outside the metro
– Net workflow: 1 to Denver

#4. Farmington, New Mexico

– Started a new job in Santa Fe from Farmington in Q1 2021: 26
— 7th most common destination from Farmington
– Started a new job in Farmington from Santa Fe in Q1 2021: 22
— 1.5% of total new jobs outside the metro
– Net workflow: 4 in Santa Fe

#3. Las Cruces, New Mexico

– Started a new job in Santa Fe from Las Cruces in Q1 2021: 42
— #5 most popular destination from Las Cruces
– Started a new job in Las Cruces from Santa Fe in Q1 2021: 40
— 2.7% of total new jobs outside the metro
– Net workflow: 2 to Santa Fe

#2. Non-metropolitan region(s), NM

– Started a new job in Santa Fe since No in Q1 2021: 270
— #5 most common destination of No
– Started a new job in Non of Santa Fe in the first quarter of 2021: 244
— 16.5% of total new jobs outside the metro
– Net workflow: 26 in Santa Fe

#1. Santa Fe, New Mexico

– Started a new job in Santa Fe from Santa Fe in Q1 2021: 668
— #2 most popular destination from Santa Fe
– Started a new job in Santa Fe from Santa Fe in Q1 2021: 668
— 45.1% of total new jobs outside the metro
– Net workflow: 0 in Santa Fe

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