Hi, remote workers!
We'll pay you to work from Tulsa.
You're going to love it here.
Tulsa Remote's $10,000 grant can now be received upfront and applied directly to the purchase of a home.
In the midst of these challenging times, Tulsa Remote is still safely welcoming new Tulsans! Please see COVID INFO for how we’re adjusting to COVID-19.
You're looking for something new.
We're looking for great people to join the Tulsa community.
To be considered for the Tulsa Remote program, we ask that applicants meet all four eligibility requirements: You can move to Tulsa within the 2021 calendar year. You have full-time remote employment or are self-employed outside of Oklahoma. You are 18+ years old. You are eligible to work in the United States
Can Move to Tulsa Within the 2021 Calendar Year
Full-Time Remote Employment
or are Self-Employed Outside of Oklahoma
18+ Years Old
Eligible to Work in the United States
Less like a job interview, more like a first date. We're confident you'll fall in love but want to make sure we're looking for the same things. We'll chat online and then meet in person to see if we're a match.
Tulsa Remote has welcomed over 375 Members to Tulsa in 2020. We’re looking for even more remote workers in 2021!
The benefits of moving to Tulsa don't end here, but it's a great way to start. From cash and housing, to office space and community, we've got you covered.
We know remote arrangements take planning. We'll give you some money upfront to help with relocation expenses, a monthly stipend to keep things moving and the rest when you've finished the first year.
Your New Town
Space at Tulsa's Top
Need some desk space to get things done? 36 Degrees North, a dynamic coworking space in Downtown Tulsa, provides a place to get work done and collaborate with other local entrepreneurs, remote workers and digital nomads.
Your New Office
Live in the
Heart of Tulsa
Tulsa has a great cost of living, and likely cheaper housing than where you currently live. To make your move easier we've curated the best local apartments, centered around our thriving remote community at the heart of Tulsa. There are even a few Tulsa Remote specials.
Your New Home
A Collaborative & Supportive Community
We've designed community building programming, events and meetups to help you engage with the organizations, local nonprofits and individuals that are working to make Tulsa the best it can be.
Your New Crew
Why we're doing this:
We created Tulsa Remote to enhance Tulsa's talented and successful workforce community by bringing diverse, bright and driven individuals to the city for community building, collaboration and networking.
Have any questions?
We'd love to get you the information and resources you need to take the leap to move to Tulsa.
Are you ready to get started?
We'd love to have you with us as we make Tulsa one of America’s best cities.
Life in Tulsa
Tight-knit community meets a population large enough to support world-class music and theatre, sports venues and one of the most impressive park systems in the country, including the recently opened $465 million Gathering Place.
/ Tulsa Tough
/ Pride Parade
/ Tulsa Raft Race
With festivals, races and celebrations happening throughout the year, you'll struggle to find a weekend with nothing to do. Better binge watch your favorite shows before you get here.
/ Burn Co BBQ
/ Lone Wolf
/ The Tropical
Nationally-recognized restaurants meet local Tulsa flair. With incredibly diverse cuisine, you can't find food this delicious, at prices this affordable, anywhere else.
/ Arts District
/ Blue Dome
/ Cherry Street
/ East Village
/ Kendall Whittier
Tulsa's 30+ entertainment and residential districts offer diverse landscapes and inclusive communities for you to find the perfect place for inspiration.
/ Vintage Wine Bar
/ St Vitus
/ Hodges Bend
/ Saturn Room
From tiki lounges to speakeasies and hole-in-the-wall neighborhood bars, there's no shortage of places to grab a drink or celebrate with friends... or make new friends.
/ Philbrook Museum
/ 108 Contemporary
/ Woody Guthrie Center
/ Gilcrease Museum
/ First Friday Art Crawl
Explore Philbrook and its formal gardens, get lost in one of the world's largest collections of Native American and Western art at Gilcrease, or stroll through multiple galleries during Tulsa's free monthly Art Crawl in the Arts District.
/ Cain's Ballroom
/ Duet Jazz Club
/ BOK Center
From the historic Cain's Ballroom and Brady Theater, to the award-winning BOK Center and up-and-coming Duet Jazz Club, Tulsa's music scene continues to be a thriving component of its unique culture.
/ Cabin Boys Brewery
/ Fair Fellow Coffee
/ Marshall Brewing Company
/ Heirloom Rustic Ales
/ Cirque Coffee Roasters
/ Welltown Brewing
With internationally recognized coffee roasters and breweries, there's always a place to refuel. Grab your laptop and take a break with dozens of choices around town.
/ Turkey Mountain
/ River Parks
/ Botanic Garden
/ Woodward Park
With hundreds of acres of wilderness areas, urban parks and greenspaces, Tulsa offers countless opportunities to get outside, get some fresh air and explore.
/ Flash Flood Studios
/ Fab Lab
/ Tulsa Artist Fellowship
Creatives mold the vibrant culture in Tulsa. With community workshops, art showings, local fabrication spaces and unique shops, the opportunities to express yourself are endless.
/ Gathering Place
Gathering Place, Tulsa's 66-acre riverfront park, offers out-of-this-world play structures (plus bar and lounge space for those of us too big for the banana slide).
Looking for more events and activities in Tulsa? Check out our friends at Root Tulsa!
Here's how Tulsa's cost of living compares to other major cities:
San Francisco, CA
New York, NY
Los Angeles, CA
San Diego, CA
Food, housing, transport, healthcare, etc.
2 BR Avg. Rent - $658 Tulsa vs. $3,519 SF
2 BR Avg. Rent - $658 Tulsa vs. $4,088 New York
2 BR Avg. Rent - $658 Tulsa vs. $2,449 LA
2 BR Avg. Rent - $658 Tulsa vs. $2,111 DC
2 BR Avg. Rent - $658 Tulsa vs. $2,069 Seattle
2 BR Avg. Rent - $658 Tulsa vs. $2,669 Boston
2 BR Avg. Rent - $658 Tulsa vs. $1,475 Denver
2 BR Avg. Rent - $658 Tulsa vs. $2,415 Portland
2 BR Avg. Rent - $658 Tulsa vs. $2,248 San Diego
2 BR Avg. Rent - $658 Tulsa vs. $1,500 Chicago
2 BR Avg. Rent - $658 Tulsa vs. $1,184 Austin
Median Home Price - $157K Tulsa vs. $917K SF
Median Home Price - $157K Tulsa vs. $390K New York
Median Home Price - $157K Tulsa vs. $546K LA
Median Home Price - $157K Tulsa vs. $394K DC
Median Home Price - $157K Tulsa vs. $484K Seattle
Median Home Price - $157K Tulsa vs. $443K Boston
Median Home Price - $157K Tulsa vs. $442K Denver
Median Home Price - $157K Tulsa vs. $385K Portland
Median Home Price - $157K Tulsa vs. $610K San Diego
Median Home Price - $157K Tulsa vs. $242K Chicago
Median Home Price - $157K Tulsa vs. $296K Austin
Cost of Living
The median home price in Tulsa is $157,200—43% below the national average!
Massive Investments to Urban Green Space
Space to run, play, climb and slide. Tulsa has seen unparalleled investments to public space for a city of its size.
Far less congestion than cities like Austin, Atlanta and Dallas. Parking is plentiful (and widely free!)
Stable Job Market
Looking for a job? Browse curated job listings at Tulsa based companies.
$395,000 - 3 Beds - 3 Bath - 1,980 sqft
$179,500 - 2 Beds - 1 Bath - 1,481 sqft
$325,000 - 5 Beds - 3 Bath - 3,474 sqft
$269,900 - 3 Beds - 2 Bath - 1,630 sqft
$265,000 - 2 Beds - 1 Bath - 1,280 sqft
$275,000 - 2 Beds - 1 Bath - 1,352 sqft
$465,000 - 4 Beds - 3 Bath - 2,450 sqft
$349,000 - 3 Beds - 2 Bath - 2,172 sqft
$451,154 - 4 Beds - 6 Bath - 4,236 sqft
Tulsa Remote has welcomed over 375 Members to Tulsa in 2020. We're looking for even more remote workers in 2021!