Surviving employees at Twitter's European headquarters have an issue with new CEO Elon Musk’s recent demand that everyone return to the office; they need to find somewhere to live.
What Happened: According to Bloomberg, Dublin, where the software company maintains an office and once employed roughly 500 people, is currently experiencing a housing crisis brought on by a chronic shortage of new homes and a large outflow of private landlords.
Prices recently returned to a key area that once visited in 2007, shortly before the Celtic Tiger bubble that almost bankrupted the nation.
Musk's directive drew criticism on Twitter that it's difficult to just relocate to Dublin and begin working from the office. In a tweet, Musk stressed that workers may work from home for logistical, personal, or …