How Freelancing And Other Remote Work Will Help Save Rural Life

"Tulsa is aiming to attract people by offering those who work remotely and entrepreneurs $10,000 to move there. If they agree to stay for at least one year, the workers will receive cash that includes rent subsidies and stipends."

According to Forbes, Tulsa is competing with the state of Vermont, among others:

"Now, Vermont wants a piece of the action . . . Governor Phil Scott just approved a piece of legislation that will pay 100 people up to $10,000 to move to Vermont in 2019 with the new ‘Remote Worker Grant Program.’"

Jon Younger

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