Castlebar in Co Mayo is the best place to work from home, according to a new study.
This is followed by Leixlip in Kildare, Navan in Co Meath, Galway city and Co Longford.
The Remote Working Index (RWI) from Switcher.ie looked at towns and cities across Ireland to find the best and worst places to work from home in 2022.
Factors included broadband and mobile coverage, places to keep fit and somewhere to grab a bite to eat.
It also examined house prices and crime rates.
Top of the class
It found Castlebar offered "a winning mix of great leisure amenities, speedy broadband, 5G mobile coverage and plenty of green spaces."
It also praised the town's "reasonable house prices", its low crime rate and good access to health and top schools.
Leixlip got praise for its transport links, superfast 5G coverage and a comparatively low crime rate.
The survey found Navan "offers a wide choice of shops, housing and leisure options to suit all budgets."
It said Galway "has all the perks you'd expect of a city, including great 5G, superfast broadband, a vast array of places to eat and drink and access to good schools.
"With comparatively affordable housing and easy access to Ireland’s stunning west coast - it’s hard to find a better place to work from home."
Longford was noted as the "cheapest place to live" - along with good access to 5G, full-fibre broadband and a large selection of gyms, leisure facilities and great value eats.
"It's an ideal place to live and work on a budget. However, the higher crime rate could make it less attractive for remote workers with families," the survey added.
Other places that made the top 10 included Gorey, Clonmel, Mallow, Portmarnock and Sligo.
However the survey found that a number of areas fell behind as a result of poor 5G and fibre broadband.
These included Shannon, Cobh, Celbridge and Skerries.