66 former Bay Area residents were paid to move to Tulsa. Here’s how one is finding it.


Cynthia Rollins lived in San Francisco for six years and had no plans to move.

“I love San Francisco,” she said. “It’s amazing.”

But her desire to travel forced her to re-evaluate. She wanted to live somewhere affordable, where she could save money and use the spare change to explore the world.

She found that place in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After researching a series of programs, Rollins settled on the ongoing Tulsa Remote, which encourages remote workers to move to the Oklahoma city with a series of incentives, including a $10,000 grant.

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How Tulsa Lured 1,200 Remote Workers to Move

The program has been responsible for bringing $62 million of local earnings into the city and spurring the creation of nearly 600 jobs in 2021 alone.

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