Tulsa Retools Itself for the Remote Work Revolution
August 9, 2022 /
Tulsa has long relied on oil and gas to fuel its economy. It’s created a tech and entertainment ecosystem that turned out to be a perfect fit for the era of remote work.
Tulsa Remote is the most successful of the dozens of relocation incentive programs around the country, having brought 1,800 people to town so far. According to an EIG study of the early arrivers, 88 percent of them were college graduates, with an average income of $105,000. “People who can work remotely, by definition their skills are augmented by technology and they are highly paid,” Fikri says.
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