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Get Paid to Live in Bloomington, Indiana

Three-year full-time membership to The Mill, an iconic co-working space

Ambassador network of locals to help you get connected

Resources, support, and programming for entrepreneurs

Free networking events and happy hours with other remote workers and civic & business leaders

Connections to community leadership opportunities

Special access to discounted banking services, loans, and credit deals

Total Incentive

We'll help you get in touch with Bloomington's incentive program.

Move to Bloomington


Arriving in Bloomington for the first time, you might expect you're in Colorado or a suburb of Seattle rather than nestled in the Midwest. Home to Indiana University, Bloomington attracts all the "ies" - techies, foodies, hippies, not to mention artists, entrepreneurs, basketball fanatics, outdoor enthusiasts and Tibetan monks (more on that below). The community refers to itself as a "blue dot in a red state" and prides itself in being socially conscious and highly educated - one of the most educated populations in the country, actually. Bloomington Remote is a program offered through The Mill, the community's nonprofit center for co-working and entrepreneurship. If accepted, new movers will receive a three-year co-working membership to The Mill, valued at $2,200 annually. Program participants also receive concierge-level support in getting resettled and acclimated to the community. Bloomington checks the boxes for remote workers who want to give up the expense of living in a world-class community without losing the amenities they enjoy.


Eligibility Requirements
  • Must be 18 years or older

  • Currently reside outside of Indiana

  • Have full-time remote employment (or self-employment) for a business located outside of Monroe County

  • Be able to relocate to Bloomington within six months of acceptance

  • Be eligible to live and work in the US

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