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Living in Newark

Newark has the highest population in the US state of New Jersey and is known for being an important center for shipping due to its rail and air connections. Known as ‘the Brick City’, because of its architecture and urban feel, Newark has plenty to offer and is within close reach of New York City. For expats living in Newark, there is plenty to see and do, and some of the most popular destinations include the Newark Museum, featuring many works of art, whilst the New Jersey Performing Arts Center is also located in the city and is one of the most successful in the US. Similarly, expatriates in Newark can find many examples of striking architecture in the city. And Newark also has much to offer in terms of entertainment, with many shopping areas as well as a lively nightlife, whilst the Prudential Center is a popular concert venue for many international artists.

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Moving to Newark

Expats moving to Newark will find that the city has a lower cost of living than the national average, and lower than neighboring cities such as New York City. Housing is affordable for those looking to rent or buy properties. In terms of education, there are a wide range of public and private schools, ideal for every expatriate moving to Newark with s family, as well as being the home of the New Jersey Institute of Technology and other universities. Newark Airport is one of the area’s major airports and therefore experiences high volumes of passengers coming to New York City as well as providing travel to other destinations. Getting around the city is easy thanks to an extensive bus route and a high number of households get by without an automobile. The rail network is very efficient with commuter routes directly into NYC as well as other parts of the US.

Working in Newark

Newark has a thriving economy, with many people commuting to the city each day from other areas of New Jersey as well as New York. As a result, there are a number of industries present in the area which means there are a range of opportunities for expatriates working in Newark. Some of the top employers in the city include the education sector, thanks to its numerous universities, as well as fields such as law, finance, government and health. The city is also known for having a number of manufacturers present in the area, whilst transport is another sector with high employment rates. The city’s location ensures that it is a major shipping center, and one of the busiest ports in the world, and expats living in Newark may be able to find employment in this sector. Expatriates in Newark should sign up on InterNations, the online expat community, where they can connect with fellow expats from all over the world in order to share information and seek advice on a number of issues. Get help and advice on areas such as housing, education, travel as well as working and finding work in Newark from fellow expatriates on InterNations.

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."