With Twitter and now Facebook legitimizing permanent remote work I suspect we'll see others follow suit with a strong impact on Bay Area economics. So much highly-paid talent only moved here because a tech job required it. https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2020/05/21/facebook-permanent-remote-work/
Well, I'm hoping that the W@H thing REALLY takes off, and reduces traffic.
Lucky for the new talent if they don't have to live there. Cost of living alone is a reason to not go.