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Living in Oxnard

Located in Ventura County, Southern California, Oxnard is a large coastal city which is also closely located to Los Angeles, making it a desirable location for those wishing to live outside of, but near to, this busy city. Oxnard is known as “the Lima Bean Capital of the World”, because of its reputation for growing and exporting Lima beans on the Oxnard Plain. The city has plenty to offer, and expats living in Oxnard will be able to take in many of its attractions, such as the Carnegie Art Museum, or a trip to Heritage Square which is home to a number of replicated and original historic buildings. The city is also home to beautiful stretches of beaches, popular with surfers, as well as visitors who appreciate the smooth composition of the sand, which is largely free from debris and rocks. The city is furthermore well known for being a key center for punk music at the height of its popularity, and it still plays an important role for the genre today.

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Moving to Oxnard

Oxnard has an excellent reputation for being a safe city with low crime rates, as well as having a low cost of living. In addition, the average earnings for people working in the city also tends to be higher than the national average, making it a wealthy city and an attractive place to live. Expats moving to Oxnard will appreciate the city’s beautiful surroundings and coastline as well as its Mediterranean climate which results in long, hot summers, with mild, wet winters. Any expatriate moving to Oxnard with their family will also be glad to hear that the local education comes recommended, with a choice of schools available. Expatriates relocating to Oxnard will benefit from joining InterNations where they can connect with fellow expats living in Oxnard and across the world via a growing online expat community in order to seek advice about moving to California, as well as possibly get more information about Oxnard itself.

Working in Oxnard

Oxnard’s economy is driven by a number of industries, and it is a large producer of a number of agriculture products such as strawberries, sugar beet, cucumbers as well as of course Lima beans, making agriculture a major employer in the city. Other prevalent industries include defense, manufacturing, trade, as well as tourism. Expats working in Oxnard will find that it is an important trade center, with a busy commercial port which is favored by a number of large scale companies such as Jaguar, BMW, Del Monte Foods and others. Other major companies present in the area include Boss, Raypack and Sysco, ensuring there are a number of opportunities for expatriates in Oxnard. For more information about sourcing work in the city, InterNations can be a valuable online tool to put expats in touch with others who may have useful information about work and other aspects of life in Oxnard.

Brian Norris

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

Caroline Stiles

"In such an international city such as Washington, D.C. InterNations holds great events for everyone to network and enjoy themselves."