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VERMONT (CBS) – If working in a cubicle doesn’t tickle your fancy, how about working in the mountains surrounded by snow and syrup?

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Starting next year you can get paid to move to Vermont and work remotely.

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Vermont is known for it’s rough winters, but there’s an incentive. Eligible workers can receive $10,000 over two years to cover relocation expenses or work-related costs.

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Gov. Phil Scott signed the bill into law on May 30. The bill goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2019.

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Interested workers better act fast, the program is on a first come, first served basis.