Over the last four years, more than 2,000 people have moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma because of Tulsa Remote, a program sponsored by the George Kaiser Family Foundation (GKFF) that pays remote workers $10,000 to move. It was one of the most widely publicized bids by a city to become a hub for remote work — and so far, it’s succeeding, according to two recent studies of the program. The remote workers who moved to Tulsa have a higher standard of living than they had before, they’re engaged in their new community, and most plan to stay.

Remote Work

Related Posts