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Why So Many Cities Are Now Paying Workers $10,000 to Relocate

With the rise of remote work, cities like Tulsa and Tucson are offering big bucks to lure talent untethered by an office

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Patrick Sisson

Patrick Sisson

A Chicago expat living in Los Angeles, Patrick Sisson writes about the intersection of cities, business, and culture.

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