Shot in the arm: Tech jobs hold much of the post-pandemic future in Oklahoma City, Tulsa
8 Aug 2020
Technological innovation alone can't save Oklahoma City from the economic ravages of the coronavirus, but the growing importance of tech jobs in the workforce is a kind of inoculation against some of its effects.
The reslient tech sector is likely even stronger in the otherwise coronavirus-slammed economy — thanks to digital advances related to remote working and booming e-commerce — and tech could help lead some cities out of recession before others, including this one.
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Today, Muncie Power Products and Tulsa Officials broke ground on Muncie’s new facility at the Peoria-Mohawk Business Park. Located at Peoria and 36th Street North, the Peoria-Mohawk Business Park is comprised of 120+acres of land that represents a cornerstone of planned redevelopment efforts in North Tulsa. Muncie’s...
“While it’s certainly disappointing Tulsa was not selected as the new home for Tesla, we congratulate our fellow-finalist Austin. We thank Elon Musk and all of the Tesla leadership for their consideration of Tulsa, and we are optimistic we might still have the chance to partner with them in the...