In November 2018, long before the coronavirus descended and changed the contours of working in America for many, for good, the Tulsa Remote pilot program began courting remote workers. Starting with 70 enrollees, the program set out to test the efficacy of paying work-from-home types to relocate to passed-over places like, well, Tulsa. The program promised $10,000, meted out over the course of a year, along with other perks like discounts on co-working spaces and apartments, in exchange for these remote workers bringing themselves, their jobs, and their disposable incomes to Oklahoma’s second city.

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