SAN FRANCISCO- Tech firm Zapier has always been made of 100% remote team. CEO Wade Foster designed an experiment for those who are struggling with the high cost of living in the Bay Area. The company Zapier will provide up to $10,000. Its targeting those who are looking for a more affordable place to leave. However are to afraid to move out of missing potential career opportunities, ABC reports.
“You should be able to work wherever you want. And still work at a place that helps you achieve your career goals,” Foster writes in the blog post.
Besides according to the final print the $10,000 will be used to reimburse moving expenses in the first three months. Those who take Zapier up on the offer will have to agree to work for the company for at least a year. Its not bad considering the living expenses is very high and demanding in San Francisco.
Sure, Silicon Valley is where the tech firm is blooming and there are many extra curricular activities to so. However, all those perks come with a price. Bay Area cities have become some of the most expensive places to live in the country.
“I know there are quite a few people in the Bay Area who are new parents. Who are looking to find a better standard of living,” said Foster on his blog.
The San Francisco News is still waiting for Wade Foster to give us an update on his experiment.