There is a fevered competition among America’s second- and third-tier cities for workers in Silicon Valley and other tech hubs. Nothing new about that — it’s been going on for years. But with COVID-19 raging across the U.S., there’s a new twist to recruiting efforts that makes moving a more compelling offer.
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