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Living in Orange

Orange is a unique city located in the US state of California. It is known by its nickname as ‘Plaza City’ because of the way it has been built around a plaza, being the only city in Orange County to have this feature. The Orange Plaza itself is a very popular place for visitors and residents, and expats living in Orange will find plenty of other sights and attractions in the city such as Peter Canyon Park, the Orange County Zoo, as well as being able to take in the city’s fascinating pre-1920s architecture, which has been kept by the city rather than being demolished as a number of other cities have chosen to do. Many films have been shot on location in Orange because of these buildings. Expats living in Orange will also be able to enjoy shopping in areas such as The Outlets at Orange and enjoy the city’s many restaurants and bars.

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Moving to Orange

Like most of Southern California, Orange has a warm climate which is predominantly sunny throughout the year, with the winter months being slightly cooler. The city has a friendly atmosphere and the buildings and scenery in the city make it a pleasant place for expatriates moving to Orange to live. The easiest way to get around Orange is by car, and its location on a number of freeways makes it easy to travel to other parts of California and the US in this method, whilst any expatriate relocating to Orange can also make use of the Metrolink services which connect the city to Los Angeles, San Diego and other locations. There are excellent schools in the city for expatriates moving to Orange with families, and it is also home to the Chapman University. In order to get the most useful and accurate information about being an expat in Orange, new arrivals in the city should sign up to InterNations, a great online community where they can connect with fellow expats from all over the world in order to share knowledge and advice about the city as well as California itself.

Working in Orange

There are a wide range of employment options for expatriates working in Orange, with the city’s lower cost of living when compared to many of its surrounding areas making it an attractive location. The city’s largest employers are within the healthcare sector, with a number of hospitals being located in the city, as well as the Children’s Hospital of Orange County. Further large employers include the transportation, education and services sectors. An expat working in Orange may also find opportunities in retail and leisure as well as being able to commute to nearby areas for work. For the most relevant and realistic accounts of working in Orange, expats should join InterNations, where they can connect with like-minded individuals who may be able to help find and source work as well as provide more, first-hand information about the city of Orange.

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."