American Cities Luring Workers With Financial incentives
Did you know that an American city, Tulsa in Oklahoma has a plan to attract more workers: pay them to move there. The state’s second city is rolling out a program that offers $10,000 and a desk in a coworking space to remote workers willing to relocate and stay for at least a year. Oklahoma follows other states trying to lure workers with financial incentives; Vermont offers a similar amount to remote workers via tax breaks, while Maine is offering student loan assistance to attract younger workers.
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