Would you move to Tulsa, Oklahoma for $10,000?
Whether Americans are looking for a chunk of change or a change of scenery, the city of Tulsa is providing what could be the opportunity of a lifetime.
All you have to do is move and live there for a year.
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The city is making its offer to Americans as part of its “Tulsa Remote” initiative — sponsored by the George Kaiser Family Foundation — to grow the community fabric of Tulsa into “a diverse group of talented professionals across multiple industries to relocate and be a part of the existing growth happening in Tulsa.”
According to the guidelines of the program, which began in 2018, pickings may be slim.
There are a few requirements such as:
- must be 18 years old
- must be eligible to work in the U.S.
- must either work remotely full-time or be remotely self-employed
If there is a catch, it’s this: participants who join the program won’t be paid $10,000 in full, instead only after a year.
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As for those who make it in, Tulsa Remote says that the chosen have six months to get to Oklahoma.
Pack your bags for an extended stay, they say.
“We believe once people come to our growing city, they will want to stay longer than the first year.”
Executive director of the foundation behind the initiative, Ken Levit, suggests that this experience is much more than a vacation…
“We are looking for talented and energetic people who not only will consider relocating permanently to Tulsa but especially for people who want to make something happen here,” Levit told MarketWatch, “to add to the dynamism, idealism and get ‘er done spirit of Tulsa.”
The Associated Press contributed to this article