A video report published Monday by the New York Post announces that since the trend of young people moving to big cities has increasingly worsened since the 2008 financial crisis, small towns are now recruiting people to come back – and they have jobs available, now that the economy has improved.
Topping the list is North Platte, Nebraska, where newcomers looking for work can apply for grants of $10,000.
Hamilton, Ohio is offering scholarships of up to $5,000, which can be used to pay off student loans.
St. Clair County, Michigan is giving young people who moved away $15,000 in grants to return.
Watch the complete report below.