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Our Remote Worker Program offers talented, remote workers $5,000 to relocate to southern Indiana. With 6 counties to choose from, our communities have a lot to offer for your next adventure.

Remote Worker Program

Program Requirements

  • Must currently reside outside the state of Indiana

  • Must be willing to move to Southern Indiana within 6 months

  • Must be willing to stay in Southern Indiana for at least two years

  • Must be a fully remote worker

  • Must have a minimum salary of $50,000

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Eligible Communities

Southern Indiana Hoosiers have a way of coming together to make new residents feel right at home.
Our close-knit rural communities provide peace of mind with low crime rates, locally-sized schools, attention to safety, and neighbors that become your family. Even more, you’ll experience four seasons with a mild winter, rolling hills, mature forests, and beautiful streams and lakes.

Come discover what makes life so special in southern Indiana.


Crawford County

The unspoiled beauty of Crawford County is one-of-a-kind. One of Indiana’s southernmost counties, you’ll be hard-pressed to find more beautiful views. Our communities are ready to grow into their fullest potential, and we want you to be part of that journey. And with easy highway access, you are able to explore the beauty and visit urban areas any time you’d like.

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Greene County

From breath-taking outdoor recreation, to the longest running 4th of July parade in Indiana, Greene County is a beautiful place to call home. As one of the largest counties in the state, there is no shortage of adventures. Its close-knit communities provide a peace of mind with its safety and neighbors become your family. Located right off I-69, you’ll never be too far from wherever life might take you.

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Daviess County

The word community has a different meaning in Daviess County. Its residents have a way of coming together to make new residents feel right at home. With its rich Amish heritage providing locally-made goods and its abundance of natural resources, there is a bit of everything here. Come explore what makes Daviess County a great place to call home.

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Martin County

Martin County may be Indiana’s 5th smallest county by population, but that is no reflection on the amount of heart you’ll find here. Our county is built of close-knit communities that offer a low cost of living and a feeling of safety. Outdoor recreation is only a few steps away. Come take a scenic drive through the hills and hollows and see why it’s a great place to live, work, and play.

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Dubois County

One thing to know about Dubois County? It’s hard to feel alone here. Its tight-knit communities create great environments for raising a family. The ‘A’ school systems offer great class sizes and opportunities to get involved, while the towns and cities are never in short supply of things to do. From great dining options to shopping, to town events or recreational activities, it’s all here.

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Orange County

You’ll find the best of both worlds in Orange County. Its rural setting serves as a reminder of the beautiful scenery in southern Indiana, but you won’t have to look too far to experience world-class opportunities. Tourism is the top industry here, providing so much for you to explore. From natural resources like the Hoosier National Forest to the famous French Lick Resort, we think you’ll be happy in Orange County.

Co-Working Opportunities

Co-working spaces are community centers, collaboration hubs, and social spaces where workers from different backgrounds can come together to share expertise and explore new ideas. Whether you work from home or are looking for a space to start your business, check out these spaces available in the our communities!

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