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Living in Oceanside

Oceanside is a city on the south coast of California and is located in the county of San Diego. It has a diverse community and is a particularly popular destination for tourists as well as those with vacation homes in the area. The city has been given the nickname “The ‘O’” and its name is often shortened to simply “O’Side” so newly arrived expatriates in Oceanside shouldn’t be surprised when they here this reference. There are a number of fantastic attractions in the city, and expats living in Oceanside will be able to enjoy the beaches as well as the Oceanside Pier, which is one of the longest piers of its kind in the US and can be dated back to the late 19th century. Other local attractions include the Mission San Luis Rey de Francia as well as the California Surf Museum. Oceanside’s Downtown area is home to a number of shops and restaurants and is also an area where many of the city’s major events take place.

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Moving to Oceanside

Oceanside is a fantastic place to live due to its proximity to other locations in the area as well as having a cost of living which is lower than the average for the US, with housing is more affordable than in some of the neighboring cities. As Oceanside is part of a tri-city area with Vista and Carlsbad, there are a number of school options for expatriate families relocating to Oceanside. Expats moving to Oceanside will find that the climate is semi-arid, which tends to be dry with warm summers, whilst winters are much cooler. You can find more essential information about moving to Oceanside by signing up ton InterNations, where you can connect with expats from all over the world who may be able to provide you with useful information about the city as well as the rest of the San Diego area.

Working in Oceanside

There are a number of opportunities for any expat working in Oceanside. Because of its tri-city status, it is also possible to find work in Vista and Carlsbad as well as commute to other cities within San Diego County. The main employers in Oceanside include the healthcare, education and technology sectors and some businesses have their main headquarters located in the area such as Learning Forum International and Bergensons Property Services. Other areas where expats in Oceanside may find work in include council related work, transport, leisure and retail. InterNations is a fantastic online community made up of expatriates from all over the world. On our platform, expats living in Oceanside can network and share information in order to find out about their new location and seek advice about various topics such as housing, education, travel, work and more and is an excellent resource and communication tool for settling into your new city.

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."