Employees who move to Oklahoma find a state rich in culture, urban and rural living, and outdoor adventure.
The current state capital of Oklahoma was officially established by the almost 50,000 individuals in the Land Run of 1889. Then called Oklahoma Station, the city was officially incorporated in July of 1890. Despite the city’s early reliance on agriculture, more mechanized industries cropped up and still drive this metropolitan area’s growth. The spirit of Oklahoma City is seen in its citizens as well as the companies who put their own urban transformation in motion. Today, Oklahoma City is a shining beacon of the collaboration between industry and community.