Since 2012, 2.8 million people have moved to parts of the Southwest that have spent a majority of the past decade under “severe” to “exceptional” drought conditions. Year after year, as record-breaking temperature highs and sharply depleted reservoirs paint an increasingly stark portrait of climate catastrophe, migrants continue pouring in — and those numbers have only increased in the past few years as many newcomers embrace the increased flexibility of remote work.

Economic Dynamism Geographic Trends  Demographic Trends  Remote Work

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