Where the citrus industry began so many years ago and the home to one of the most historic hotels in the nation, Riverside, California blends its past and future with cultural and renowned landmarks and a strong economic future.
Ranked #13 in Job Growth by Forbes, Riverside California continues to grow in numbers. Partly due to the population growth in the past few years and the abundance of education, Riverside shows great promise for the future. Many more move to the area as time progresses economically increasing the chance for a better tomorrow. Continue reading
Once nicknamed “Air Capital of the World”, Wichita, Kansas works as an industrial hub and center for culture. Home to entertainment and fun, Wichita is the largest city in the state and 9% below the national average for cost of living, according to Forbes. This affordability draws in a great crowd looking to start their own business and particularly work in the industrial sector.
Economically diverse, Tampa, Florida is not only a great vacation destination, but proves to strive for industrial and financial prosperity. Major industries include national defense, tourism, finance, retail, healthcare, insurance, professional sports, electronics and other high technology fields. Tampa has a long list of economic revenue with hopes to expand even further. Continue reading
Ranked at #1 as the Best Place for Businesses and Careers, Denver, Colorado continues to raise the bar for cities worldwide as a great location to live and work.
The capital of Colorado provides an entertaining yet purposeful lifestyle with its many outdoor activities, countless business opportunities and numerous restaurants, museums and other recreational centers. Denver stays on top of its game, ranking high in the top distinguished lists such in Job Growth, Education, 100 Best Places to Live in the U.S., and more. These lists go on and on because of the vibrant way of life Denver has to offer with the fast pace of the city and its inner workings. Continue reading
Some of you may remember that in the 1950s, there was a television show called Dragnet. It was immensely popular to the point that it influenced life in the era.
A famous catchphrase came from the show: “Just the facts, ma’am.” People still use it today and probably don’t even know its source.
With a diverse economy and passion for preservation, Omaha, Nebraska welcomes all business and opportunity.
As of March 1st of this year, Omaha celebrated its 150th birthday and ultimate union with the United States as the the 37th star on America’s flag. This town was given the name “Gateway to the West” back in the 19th century when the city was a national transportation hub, but now Omaha works as a center for major industries such as banking, insurance and telecommunication. Continue reading
Have you ever thought about the phone system at the White House? An excess of 3,250 people work in the white house and this doesn’t include part-time staff. How do they handle that many people on a phone system? Organization.
With a population of nearly 2.6 million, Brooklyn is home to diverse neighborhoods, the creative arts and a growing economy.
As the most populous borough of New York City, Brooklyn welcomes innovators and businesses alike. While it’s known for the hipster culture and setting for films and television shows, Brooklyn offers a great hotspot for startups and work environment for entrepreneurs. With being the largest business district outside of Manhattan, this bustling borough draws in a crowd of young professionals from New York City with the job growth and quality of life.
As one of the oldest inland towns in the U.S., Lancaster, Pennsylvania offers a peaceful yet engaging environment for business and leisure.
Bartges Bridge by Nathan Haby Known as the City of Invention, Akron, Ohio lies at the center of “Polymer Valley” and presents opportunities for those who seek blend between business and community.