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Get Paid $10,000 to Move to Tulsa, Oklahoma

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Get Paid $10,000 to Move to Tulsa, Oklahoma

Get Paid $10,000 to Move to Tulsa, Oklahoma

Get Paid $10,000 to Move to Tulsa, Oklahoma The George Kaiser Family Foundation is offering new residents $10,000.

The initiative stems from the newly-launched program, Tulsa Remote.

The program is meant to help strengthen Tulsa's workforce through remote workers outside of the area.

Those selected will receive the $10,000 after one year.

New residents will receive some pay up front and then monthly afterwards.

Applications for 2020 will be available soon on tulsaremote.com/#hero.

In addition to the money, those selected will be given a free area at co-working space 36 Degrees North.

Tulsa Remote also says it will help participants with networking and establishing themselves within the city.

To be accepted, you must be qualified for U.S. employment and be 18 years or older.

Applicants must also be available to move to Tulsa within six months if selected.

Finally, you must show proof that you have a full-time remote position.

Proof of self-employment is also acceptable.

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