This might be hard to believe, but this is true! Big towns and cities create programs to lure people to them. If you wonder what cities these are, here are some. The Home and Decor experts explore this trend.
The “Alaska Permanent Fund”
This investment fund began during the 1960s after the increase in oil lease revenue. The fund pays the actual residents of Alaska annually based on the fund’s performance. The money is released to permanent residents in Alaska, to those who have no history of crimes, and those who have not left Alaska for 180 days or more during the year before it.
Hamilton City in Ohio
The foundation in Hamilton offers scholarship programs reaching up to 300$/month to debts students have to pay- only if they are willing to live in Hamilton, Ohio. The condition is that you should not be employed for 30 months while you are being paid just for staying there.
Tulsa City in Oklahoma
The “Tulsa Remote Program” will pay $10,000 to those willing to move to Tulsa. Not only that, but they will also provide a space for working and will also help you find a place to stay. You should be 18 years of age, qualified to have a job in the state and transfer to the city in six months to be eligible for the program.