After a year-and-a-half of pandemic, it’s become commonplace to hear about newly remote workers leaving the sites of their erstwhile desk jobs  and moving to greener, more affordable pastures. But one city was ahead of this trend, and made these footloose workers part of its economic development strategy several years ago.

A program in Tulsa, Oklahoma, to attract telecommuters that predated the remote work revolution has grown rapidly over the past several years. Its triumphs and challenges could point the way as a growing number of cities explore similar initiatives.

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