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Living in Springfield, Missouri
Located in the US state of Missouri, Springfield is the state’s third largest city, and is known as ‘The Queen of the Ozarks’ because of its location as one of the main cities in the Ozarks Mountains. The city is home to many beautiful parks as well as outdoor spaces, enabling expats living in Springfield to take in the many parts of the Ozarks which are accessible in the area. Some of Springfield’s most popular sights and attractions include the Nature Center, which is located on the shore of Lake Springfield, the Fantastic Caverns, which allow visitors to explore nearby caves via jeep-drawn trams, as well as others such as the Botanical Center and Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield. Expats living in Springfield will also be able to enjoy entertainment and leisure in the city’s many restaurants and bars, whilst baseball, soccer and basketball are some of Springfield’s most popular sports.
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Moving to Springfield
The cost of living in Springfield is considered to be affordable, and lower than the US average with many options for those looking to rent or buy property. Expatriates moving to Springfield will find that the city enjoys four distinct seasons, with July, August and September proving to be the hottest months. The city is easily connected by road to other cities in Missouri such as St Louis as well as Tulsa in Oklahoma, whilst there is also an airport connecting the city to the rest of the US. Getting around the city itself is easily done by car or via the city’s public transport network. Any expat moving to Springfield with children will find a number of school options in the city, whilst it is also home to the highly rated University of Missouri as well as other colleges. To get further information about life in the city, expats in Springfield can benefit from joining the InterNations website where they can connect with fellow expatriates from all over the world in order to find out key information about areas such as living and working in Springfield from those who have been there themselves.
Working in Springfield
There are a number of opportunities for expats to work in Springfield, with much of the city’s economy being centered on areas such as healthcare, manufacturing and education, with the University providing a high number of jobs in the area. The city is a popular tourist destination because of the attraction of the Ozarks and the surrounding areas and an expat hoping to start working in Springfield may therefore also find opportunities in this field, as well as in retail, thanks to the number of retail parks and malls located in the city. InterNations is a fantastic website especially for expatriates, and those new to Springfield could benefit through signing up and taking advantage of its community character. InterNations enables its members to easily network with fellow expats and seek advice about a wide range of subjects to help them settle into their new city.
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