Tulsa is proud to have a diversified business base and boasts a micro-version of the national economy.
Tulsa is home to some of the nation’s largest companies, with key industry sectors that include aerospace, energy, health care, technology, manufacturing and transportation. Emerging industries include cyber-security and clean energy. Tulsa continues to grow and is projecting jobs in the area to increase at a faster rate than the state and the nation.
Selected as one of America’s Most Livable Communities and one of the Top 5 Best Places to Live, Tulsa prides itself in providing job opportunities for an educated, talented workforce and is a great place to experience the quality of life you are looking for.
Professionally, Tulsa is home to some of the nation’s largest companies. Workers benefit from the second shortest commute time in the nation. Tulsa ranks as the fifth most affordable city, with a cost of living at almost 9 percent below the national average, and the per capita income at 16 percent above the national average.
Personally, Tulsa offers everything from baseball to ballet to famous golf courses to world-class shopping. Stroll among the renowned museums or mountain bike along the Arkansas River. Enjoy the soothing sounds of Light Opera Oklahoma or check out the local music scene. Tulsa is the perfect choice for every lifestyle.
For information about workforce recruitment, contact Denise Reid, director of talent strategies and recruitment, at 918.560.0255 or email@example.com.
OUCEC Higher Education Forum
The goal of the OUCEC Higher Education Forum is to link high schools to colleges through service learning projects, internships and career exploration opportunities in an experiential learning environment. These experiences will improve student achievement and develop stronger communities in northeastern Oklahoma.
Nine area colleges are members of the Higher Education Forum and participate in monthly meetings. The Forum will offer an RFP (Request for Partnership) process that supports post-secondary access, enrollment and student achievement regardless of socio-economic factors.