The Commute: This is one of the most variable aspects of the office. If one lives downtown, you can simply walk to work, catch the TRAX (light rail), or use the bus system; all of which are fairly cheap options. The ten-to-twenty minute commute is not that bad either. When one lives on the Wasatch Front outside of Salt Lake City, the FrontRunner (commuter rail train) is an inexpensive option to using one’s own vehicle (or purchasing an additional one). Read more >
Carl Hayden is an analyst in the Antitrust & Competition Economics Practice at Charles River Associates. He joined CRA in 2016 after graduating with a degree in Economics from Brigham Young University. Previously, he was an intern at CRA the summer of 2015.