Building a coast-to-coast Silicon Valley

Tulsa, Oklahoma remote worker program

What if Silicon Valley companies encouraged them to live and work from the myriad of affordable, livable cities desperate to attract and retain tech talent?

By allowing employees to work from lower-cost locations, companies can keep explosive Silicon Valley wage inflation in check, allow workers to build families and lives free from San Francisco or New York rent or state income tax payments, and lead the way for other industries that could reap similar benefits from decentralization.


From Missoula, Montana to New Orleans, how aspiring tech hubs are fighting to survive COVID-19

A GE departure, layoffs at ClassPass and other shocks raise a question: Will smaller cities become attractive tech centers in a changing economy — or will they suffer the most?

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