Competing for People and Talents: Cities at Race
To harness the huge benefits of having large productive population, some cities are not leaving things to chance. A Tulsa billionaire’s offer to give $10,000 and a co-work space to remote worker who would relocate to Oklahoma’s second largest city for at least a year received thousands of applicants from all over the country, CBS reports.
Can some of our states and local governments in Nigeria be inspired by this idea to innovate ways to attract businesses and productive workforce to their areas?
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