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LigerXT5 t1_jaet1sl wrote

And incentivize the many to move to smaller towns to live closer to (new) work, instead of the wastefulness that is living in your car for a couple hours a day, when you have things you could be doing to better your health (mental and physical).

I'm so happy to be a 3min walk from work. Cost of living is less, but, so is the pay. IT positions around NW Oklahoma has terrible pay. With Walmart's recent change in pay, debating to go back, just depends on how reliable their scheduling system is (bet ya, it's still squarely and annoying).