Joan Goldstein

commissioner of economic development, For Vermont

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The pandemic has a lot of people rethinking major decisions, such as where they work and live. States are eager to lure white-collar professionals who can now work remotely.

Vermont offers $7500 per person incentive to lure a new blue-collar workforce

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