Come for the work. Stay for the lifestyle.

Tulsa offers a big city feel in a smaller city package. Here are just a few of the highlights:


Tulsa is thriving (the New York Times noticed), and its civic renaissance is just getting started. The city dweller and nature lover are equally at home, with urban arts districts and wildlife preserves within a half hour’s drive. 

Home to the third-largest concentration of art deco architecture in the U.S., Tulsa is riddled with oil boom-era marvels of international caliber. Its world-class river trails will soon connect the city to the largest privately-funded central park in the U.S.

Learn more about everything that makes Tulsa one of the most young professional-friendly cities in the country.



For a city built on oil, a diverse range of industries currently fuel Tulsa’s economy. With strong forecasted growth in advanced manufacturing, healthcare, aerospace and IT, the city’s need for college graduates will stay healthy for decades.

It’s also an emerging entrepreneurial hub, boasting a passionate community dedicated to innovation. If you can dream it, think it, plan it or build it, you can make a living doing it in Tulsa.

Cost of Living

In a word, affordable. Very affordable. With housing costs 45% cheaper than the national average and the lowest gas prices in the country, your hard earned money goes further and lasts longer.