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What Facebook’s Remote Work Policy Means for the Future of Tech Salaries Everywhere

‘For some kinds of jobs, it really could become a more national and less local labor market’

Facebook employees walk through the courtyard of the company’s main campus in Menlo Park, California (November 6, 2019). Photo: picture alliance/Getty Images

For many tech workers, the ability to do the job from anywhere — or more specifically, being able to do the job without paying Bay Area rents or spending thousands of…

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