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Living in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Tulsa is one of the United States' most historic and multi-cultural cities. Home to almost 400,000 people, it is rich in diversity and provides a warm welcome to its growing expatriate community. Those expats living in Tulsa are able to enjoy a number of picturesque sights as the city is located between the Ozark Mountains and the Great Plains of the Midwest. However, the transition to living in this part of Oklahoma is not necessarily going to be easy, particularly if you have not spent much time in the US before and this is where InterNations comes in. On our platform, you can not only easily socialize and network with fellow expatriates, but also find plenty of information that will make adapting to your new surroundings that little bit easier. Our Expat Magazine, for example, has been produced to assist those moving and living abroad and features various articles on things that will help you to live a healthy expat life, including cultural differences in business, international banking and insurance.

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Moving to Tulsa

If you like history, then you're in for treat when moving to Tulsa. The city, which is amongst the 50th largest in the whole of the US, was founded by Native Indians and their influence can still be felt today and a sight of particular interest is the Creek Council Oak Tree. This was one of the first ceremonial grounds used by the Lochapoka clan when it settled into the area. As well as being a place for ashes to be scattered, the tree provided the tribe with views of the plains to both the south and east. Expatriates moving to Tulsa will also be amazed by the passion local residents can have for their oil production sector. The city was once called "The Oil Capital of the World" and while the industry has declined somewhat in recent years, Tulsans are still very proud of the city's oil rich history. If you're unsure about what to expect in Tulsa, take a look at our forums and exchange direct communications with people who have already made a new life for themselves in this, or another Oklahoman city.

Working in Tulsa

Expatriates in Tulsa should find working opportunities are plentiful. While the city may not be an oil powerhouse anymore, it is home to many other blossoming sectors, including telecommunications, finance and technology. Academic expats may be able to find opportunities for working in Tulsa at one of the two universities – The Oral Roberts University and The University of Tulsa. InterNations can help you to link up with other expats living in Tulsa, Oklahoma, or across the globe in order to network and socialize with like-minded people. Our forums enable you to chat about the issues that are important to you, such as for example property, jobs and professions. Furthermore, InterNations' user generated content offers you the opportunity to see how others have adapted to living overseas. Written by members of the network, these articles in the content section allow expatriates to give their own perspective on life abroad.

Brian Norris

"When first moving to Washington, D.C., I didn't know many people outside of the office. InterNations has changed that with some exciting events."

Caroline Stiles

"In such an international city such as Washington, D.C. InterNations holds great events for everyone to network and enjoy themselves."