West Virginia’s tourism agency aims to lure remote workers to the city of  Morgantown by offering them $12,000 and other professional benefits, Business Insider reported.

Remote workers who participate in the program will receive $10,000 in monthly installments for the first year and an additional $2,000 if they stay for a second year, according to the report.

The program is funded by a $25 million donation from Intuit Executive Chairman Brad D. Smith and his wife, Alys, Business Insider said.

Tulsa, Oklahoma, announced a similar grant program last year to lure remote workers to the city, the news publication wrote.

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