Posted on April 5th, 2011 by Renaldo Smith
If you are interested in attending the University of Oregon, Eugene might seem like the ultimate college town. Meanwhile, to someone else that’s thinking about moving here for work, Eugene may represent stability and career progression. In any event, you will love everything that moving to this multi-dimensional city brings to your life. Today, MovingCost.com will take you on a trip around Eugene to show you just how relocating here can change things for the better.
Whenever a city hosts a major university, there is always pressure to provide enough jobs for the annual graduating class as well as the rest of workforce. Fortunately, Eugene is a city that has done a wonderful job of keeping a blanced economy. As the proud home of some of the biggest manufacturies and retail stores in the country, there are always employment opportunities in Eugene. So if you are looking to land a job here, you just have to look in the right places. If you have no clue where to start, just visit www.eugene-or.gov for a long list of job openings that might capture your attention.
Okay, so what about the people who are not looking to attend college or find a job? If you’re recently retired and you’re looking for a relaxing community, Eugene will give you several options that might suit you. In the Southeast neighborhood, you will be able to wake up everyday in a community that you will genuinely love. This is the kind of community that’s perfect for someone who values quiet time more than anything. On the other hand, if you are more inclined to move to a neighborhood that will give you a bit of isolation with access to a nearby business community, you should strongly consider Whiteaker. Located just north of Downtown, Whiteaker is home to popular pub Sam’s Bond Garage (407 Blair Blvd) and Tiny Tavern (394 Blair Blvd) – which is one of the top college bars in the city.
After you spend a few days in Eugene, you will see first hand what your friends, apartment movers and everyone else you ask for advice are bound to tell you about the city. From the community togetherness that’s felt every week at the Saturday Farmer’s Market in Downtown, to the excitement felt during a musical at the Actor’s Caberet (996 Willamette St), you will notice that the pulse of the city is addictive. So give yourself a chance at a more satisfying way of life and move to Eugene.
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