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Living in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma is the capital of as well as the largest city in the US state of Oklahoma. It is well known for its livestock market as well as being a welcoming and friendly city, which is why it has earned the nickname ‘The Big Friendly’. The city has plenty to offer, is quite popular with tourists and expats living in Oklahoma City will find plenty of attractions as well as things to do. Some of the most popular places to visit include the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, built as a dedication to those who lost their lives during the 1995 bombing. There are also a number of other museums in the city, including the Oklahoma City Museum of Art and the Science Museum Oklahoma. The city is furthermore home to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, a favorite with visitors. Some of Oklahoma City’s most popular sports include basketball (Oklahoma City Thunder),baseball (RedHawks), hockey as well as rugby.

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Moving to Oklahoma City

Expatriates moving to Oklahoma City will find that the city has a lower cost of living than many large US cities. This fact, together with the friendly atmosphere, makes it an attractive city to live in. The climate in Oklahoma City varies greatly and it has been the victim of tornados, but summers tend to be hot and dry. Oklahoma City has plenty to offer in terms of education, with a number of public and private schools in the area whilst there are various universities located in the city including Oklahoma City University and the University of Oklahoma. The city is served by various transport options including some of the country’s main interstate highways, two airports, access to the interstate rail network, as well as the Metro Transit system within the city, so expatriates relocating to Oklahoma City should not have any problems getting to and around the city. InterNations is a fantastic online community of expats which can help any new expatriate moving to Oklahoma City to find out more about the city, discuss issues such as housing, education, leisure and more, or simply network and socialize with like-minded people.

Working in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City is the main economic as well as a large industrial center for the state, which employs people in a number of areas including government, technology as well as various private sector businesses. Expats working in Oklahoma City will find that there are a number of energy companies present in the city, which are amongst the biggest employers, whilst other large companies are also present such as Coca-Cola, the Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, as well as many smaller companies which are native to Oklahoma. Oklahoma City has a low rate of unemployment whilst the city is also known for being one of the best in the US for careers. Expatriates in Oklahoma City who are seeking work will benefit from joining InterNations which is a global online community made up of expats from all over the world. In this platform, members can share information about jobs as well as other aspects of living in Oklahoma City or expat life in general.

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."