Mesa or “The Gem City” as it’s affectionately known in Maricopa County, Arizona, is a suburb just 20 miles east of Phoenix. The area has a history of over 2,000 years and most notably for its ancient canal system which, in part, is still in operation today. For expats living in Mesa, there is plenty to see and do, including for example the Arts Centre which is famous for its performing and visual arts complex with 4 performance venues, 5 art galleries, 14 visual and performing art classroom studios. Also worth a visit for any expatriate in Mesa is the Mormon Temple, welcoming the community and displaying a spectacular nativity scene during Christmas as well as being host to the largest outdoor Easter pageant. The InterNations website brings together global minds and expats from around the world, enabling them to come together and get in touch through private messages, forum posts and discussion groups. InterNations is the perfect place to network, socialize and gain information from our content section, including user contributed content written by other expatriates who know what it’s like to live and work abroad.
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InterNations aims to make moving abroad a smoother experience through our ability to connect you to other expats in Mesa, the US, and across the world. Our website is a great place for the exchanging of information and advice about moving to Mesa and expatriation related topics in general such as storage, housing, jobs, issues of insurance and finance. By becoming a member of InterNations you can join the discussion groups and forums and interact with other members where you can pose your questions and gain advice from those who have already made the change. Life in Mesa can be fulfilling and interesting, with so many attractions from the numerous libraries and museums to the local amphitheater and the Commemorative Air Force Air Craft Museum.
Any expat working in Mesa will find that the city enables them to live a rich and vibrant life. There are many opportunities to work in any of the top industries from retail, management, media and entertainment, education, sales and marketing, health care, food and restaurant and many more. Other job opportunities could also be found in the libraries, water parks or Fiesta Mall. There are many commuting possibilities to accommodate your working life in Mesa, with several area freeways and the METRO Light Rail Line. Come and join the expats living in Mesa sharing experiences and advice for a happy and successful new life, with InterNations helping you make the most of your new life abroad and puting you in touch with new friends.