A survey of thousands of SF Bay Area techies found that 2 out of 3 would consider leaving if they could permanently work remotely (FB, GOOG, TWTR)

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A survey of thousands of San Francisco Bay Area tech workers found that two-thirds would consider leaving the region if they had the option to work remotely permanently. The survey was conducted on Blind, a social network that allows employees of companies to participate anonymously. The data highlights how coronavirus and new work-from-home policies may radically reshape the home of America’s tech industry. Respondents also overwhelmingly said they don’t expect to be going back into offices every day after the end of the pandemic. Click here to get BI Prime’s weekly ‘Trending’ tech newsletter in your email inbox.

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