What is your ideal WFH city no further east than MST?

Splunk vMMM04
May 10 8 Comments

Simple question. Taking a position remote with no obligations other than staying in MST or PST time zones. What would be the ideal city to move to?

Edit fixed time zone typo.

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  • Accenture / Eng __lkjhg
    EST is ideal for working from home. if your customer is PST and the daily standup call starts at 8:30am, that's 11:30am for you in NYC. you can stay up whole night researching or doing whatever, get up and have coffee at 11:15ish. but you have to work late until 8pm.

    now do that the other way. it's horrible if you are not a morning person
    May 10 1
    • Capital One / Other xTrb96
      If you are, though, the opposite is true. Assuming your coworkers leave work at a reasonable time, you're done at like 2:30-3pm.
      May 10
  • Capital One / Other xTrb96
    Lake Tahoe area. Great outdoor stuff all year long, easy access to the Bay Area/Sacramento, relatively more affordable housing, trees.
    May 10 0
  • Splunk vMMM04
    OP
    Housing is also much cheaper on the east coast. But all my customers/teams are PST so not digging the working til 8 life.
    May 10 0
  • New / Other
    DuQvV7y

    New Other

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    Did stuff. Hustled hard. Retired
    DuQvV7ymore
    Scottsdale, AZ
    May 10 0
  • Boulder or Fort Collins Colorado
    May 10 0
  • Oracle gJdz41
    San Diego CA
    May 10 0
  • Walmart.com / Retail
    WMAF1

    Walmart.com Retail

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    Best Buy
    BIO
    Old school retaill dog
    WMAF1more
    MCT???
    May 10 0