A CITY in the US wants to pay you $10,000 (£7,700) to move there to work.
Lucky applicants will also be given free co-working desks as well as invites to exclusive events to help you settle in.
The scheme is being run by Tulsa Remote, who are looking for remote workers to live in the Oklahoma city.
Last year, the pilot scheme saw 10,000 people apply with just 100 applicants chosen.
This year, they looking for another 250 people to move to Tulsa in 2020 – with more than 1,000 applications already.
The £7,700 is given as a monthly stipend, although a portion of it is paid at the start to cover relocation fees.
A desk at 36 Degrees North, a co-working office in Downtown Tulsa is included, and the programme will even help with finding a flat.
To make you feel welcome, there are also a number of events and meetups arranged for new residents.
To be eligible, you need to be able to work in the US and be over 18 years old.
You must also be able to move within the next six months and already be self-employed outside of Oklahoma.
It isn’t the only place in the world that will pay you to move there – Maine and Vermont also offer thousands of pounds for people to live there.
Tulsa, the second largest city in Oklahoma, was once famed for its oil production.
Home to 403,000 people, many now visit for the Art Deco architecture as well as a stopping location on Route 66.
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