• Amazon is going to hire 50,000 people across its HQ2 cities - but it has at least 10 years to do it, so don't expect your neighborhood to change overnight

    24 days ago - By Business Insider

    Many residents of Long Island City and Arlington aren't happy that Amazon will be opening its HQ2s in their neighborhoods.
    It's important to note that the HQ2s won't be built overnight, and changes will come gradually.
    Hiring will be complete in Arlington by 2030 and by 2028 in New York City.
    Since Amazon confirmed on Tuesday that it will be opening its HQ2s in New York City and Arlington, many residents are, to put it lightly, freaking out .
    And with good reason. HQ2 is going to strain New York City's already-decaying subway system. The influx of six-figure labor will likely boost rents...
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  • Tulsa, Oklahoma is paying remote workers $10,000 to live there. They'll even throw in a discounted apartment

    Tulsa, Oklahoma is paying remote workers $10,000 to live there. They'll even throw in a discounted apartment

    24 days ago - By Chron

    Tulsa Remote
    Tulsa, Oklahoma, is offering $10,000 to remote workers who are willing to move to the city for a year, thanks to a grant from the George Kaiser Family Foundation.
    In addition to cash, workers will receive a discount on a fully furnished apartment and access to a co-working space.
    By encouraging freelancers, entrepreneurs, and tech workers to experience the city's revitalization, Tulsa hopes to attract new talent and innovation.
    A decade ago, the city of Tulsa might have conjured images of abandoned industrial buildings, large oil companies, and energy workers shuttling to and...
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  • Tulsa, Oklahoma is paying remote workers $10,000 to live there. They'll even throw in a discounted apartment

    Tulsa, Oklahoma is paying remote workers $10,000 to live there. They'll even throw in a discounted apartment

    24 days ago - By Business Insider

    Tulsa, Oklahoma, is offering $10,000 to remote workers who are willing to move to the city for a year, thanks to a grant from the George Kaiser Family Foundation.
    In addition to cash, workers will receive a discount on a fully furnished apartment and access to a co-working space.
    By encouraging freelancers, entrepreneurs, and tech workers to experience the city's revitalization, Tulsa hopes to attract new talent and innovation.
    A decade ago, the city of Tulsa might have conjured images of abandoned industrial buildings, large oil companies, and energy workers shuttling to and from their...
    Read more ...