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A new work-from-home job can come with unexpected costs. Here's how to update your budget

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You'll need to budget more for these items when starting a remote job

Younger workers aren't excited about returning to the office.

Around 60% of millennial and Gen Z job seekers say flexible work requirements are crucial when it comes to choosing their next employer, according to a recent survey from Bankrate.

But while you are pretty much guaranteed to save money on commuting, your budget may take a few hits on other items you might not be expecting, said Ana Staples, a young credit analyst for CreditCards.com.

Check out this video to see what costs you'll need to be prepared for when accepting a new remote job.

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