For the 50+ Traveler

If 2020 has shown us anything, it's that not even a worldwide pandemic can keep a society of technophiles and casual computer users truly apart. Remote technology provides an inlet to even the most remote locales on Earth, ensuring family, friends, and coworkers are within video call reach of each other at all times. With much of the workforce trading in corporate cubicles for basement and back porch offices, companies are realizing that many roles can be completed from anywhere with reliable internet access. In an effort to capitalize on this emerging work-from-home trend, some parts of the U.S. have begun offering incentives for individuals and families to relocate either temporarily or permanently. From cash to green transportation, see what these cities are willing to freely give away to inspire you to drop everything and start anew.

Northwest Arkansas

Walmart Museum in Fayetteville, Arkansas

The Natural State is ready to welcome you with open arms -- and an open wallet -- if you agree to move to its northwest corner. If you are looking for a more laid back life, and are willing to move to one of seven communities that make up the Northwest Arkansas Council, this deal may be right up your alley. Read more to learn how much you could be paid to make Arkansas your next home.


WFH on the beach

Hawaii is currently accepting applications for its Movers and Shakas program, an opportunity for remote workers to give back to the community while enjoying the backdrop of paradise and working remotely. While this move is not necessarily a permanent one, the program is a creative means of enjoying all that Hawaii has to offer without the usual price tag that accompanies this often once-in-a-lifetime travel destination. Read more on how Hawaii is hoping to lure remote workers with their work from paradise offer.


Tulsa, Oklahoma

Oklahoma, the state best known as the place where the wind comes sweepin’ down the plain, could be the new Okla-“home” for participants in Tulsa Remote, a paid initiative to encourage remote workers to relocate to Oklahoma's second-largest city. Tulsa has far more to offer than you might first suspect, so click here to learn how much Tulsa is paying remote workers to move there.