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Living in Lubbock

Located in Texas, Lubbock is the 11th largest city in the state by population, and is nicknamed ‘The Hub’ because of its position as the economic and educational center of the South Planes. The area is also one of the largest growers of cotton in the world. Expats living in Lubbock will find that the city has a number of great attractions and sights as well as a diverse culture which includes music, arts and sport. Lubbock is the birthplace of the famous musician Buddy Holly and as a result, there are many places named after him as well as events to celebrate his life and work. The Depot District is a popular area for live music and a thriving nightlife. Other popular attractions include the National Ranching Heritage Center and the Silent Wings Museum. The city also has a number of sports teams for expats living in Lubbock to cheer on, with the most popular sports being American football, basketball and baseball.

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Moving to Lubbock

Expatriates moving to Lubbock will find that it is a friendly city, with plenty to see and do as well as being very sociable. The cost of living in Lubbock is below the national average, and housing is generally affordable. Schools are highly recommended in the city and Lubbock High School is considered to be one of the best high schools in the US. There are also a number of universities in the area, including Texas Tech University. The city of Lubbock is easily accessible from major highways and well connected to the rest of Texas as well as other US states. The city also has its own airport, the Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport. The city itself is well designed with easy to navigate streets and can also boast an extensive bus service. In order to get the best advice about moving to Lubbock, expats should join InterNations, a fantastic online expat community with thousands of members who may be able to provide information and advice about relocating to the area.

Working in Lubbock

As a large cotton-growing region, there are many positions available related to this industry. However, an expatriate in Lubbock need not be a cotton-farmer to find work. There are a number of other large employers in the area including Texas Tech University, the University Medical Center, AT&T and others. Retail is also another large industry in the area, and there are a number of open air shopping centers as well as big malls which employ a large number of people, as well as the restaurant and leisure industries. Expats working in Lubbock may be able to find the most relevant information about working and living in Lubbock through joining InterNations, which will put them in touch with millions of expatriates in order to socialize, network and seek advice and information from individuals in similar positions who will be able to help with queries about a number of issues as well as share information themselves.

Brian Norris

"When first moving to Washington, D.C., I didn't know many people outside of the office. InterNations has changed that with some exciting events."

Caroline Stiles

"In such an international city such as Washington, D.C. InterNations holds great events for everyone to network and enjoy themselves."