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Sitting in the hills of the Appalachian Mountains, Eastern Kentucky offers remote workers the tight-knit communities, fast internet, and access to the outdoors that they crave.

Elkhorn Park, Jenny Wiley State Resort, and Paintsville Lake Wildlife Area all offer opportunities for afterwork or weekend escapes.  Popular hobbies for locals include kayaking, whitewater rafting, hiking, and mountain biking.

By using federal dollars and private funds, Eastern Kentucky is leading the way with Eastern Kentucky Broadband Projects to ensure that fast internet access is available to all residents of Eastern Kentucky.  Perfect for remote employees who need to stay connected.

Finally, the communities of Prestonsburg, Pikeville, Whitesburg, and Hazard offer different towns for you to experience Eastern Kentucky. The shared values of faith, grit, empathy and selflessness embody the spirit of Appalachia and are perfect for remote workers and their families looking for their next home.

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