Tulsa claims it is “the ideal city” for remote workers due to its array of museums, low cost of living and food and drink scene.
“Tulsa is gaining international recognition for the use of modern technology to better serve citizens and one of the areas where we see great opportunity is as a home for remote workers,” Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum said.
One catch: You have to stay in Tulsa for a full year to cash the complete prize. Each $10,000 grant comes in the form of $2,500 to be put towards relocation expenses, a $500 per month stipend and $1,500 at the end of a 12-month program.
Nice try, Tulsa. “Ideal city”? A fantastic food and drink scene? Last time I checked, Nobu doesn’t have a Tulsa location. I’m an incredibly smart guy, but there’s no chance I could even point to Tulsa on a map. Let’s be honest, if you’re not living on the east or west coast, you’re living in a fake world that doesn’t matter. If you’re that desperate for $10k, go sell some drugs or something. I don’t know what else to say, so, enjoy the only relevant thing that Tulsa has ever produced: