By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter
Arizona ranks as the one of the better U.S. states for working at home with the COVID-19 pandemic prompting workplace closures and shelter in place orders.
Arizona ranks 6th among U.S. states for working at home, according to research from financial services WalletHub.
Only Delaware, Washington, New Hampshire, Colorado and Georgia ranked higher. WalletHub looked factors such as household internet access, pre-Coronavirus shares of at-home jobs, electricity prices as well as cybersecurity.
Arizona ranked 7th best among U.S. for share of at-home jobs before COVID-19.
Alaska, Hawaii, Mississippi, Arkansas and Oklahoma rank the lowest for working at home, according to WalletHub.
California ranked 31st, Texas 22nd and New York 32nd.
The full report can be seen here: https://wallethub.com/edu/best-states-for-working-from-home/72801/.