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Living in Yonkers

Yonkers is the fourth largest city in the state of New York, and is a part of Winchester County. It is known as ‘The Central City’ and features a number of fantastic sights and attractions as well as being conveniently located to access other areas in New York State. Yonkers is situated on the Hudson River and is home to the Hudson River Museum which is a popular attraction for tourists and residents alike. Expats living in Yonkers may also wish to explore sights such as the Old Croton Aqueduct Trail, Getty Square, Sherwood House and the Yonkers Raceway. The city also offers plenty in terms of shopping and leisure and expats living in Yonkers may wish to take advantage of the city’s nightlife which features many bars, clubs and restaurants.

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Moving to Yonkers

Expatriates relocating to Yonkers will find that the city has a lower cost of living than other major cities in the US, particularly nearby New York City. Like much of New York State, the climate in Yonkers features warm summers and much cooler winters, often with chances of snow. Yonkers is conveniently located for travel to other parts of the state, with commuter lines operating to New York City, and famous Manhattan situated just 3km to the south. Expats moving to Yonkers will find that the public transport system is extensive, with over a quarter of households not owning a car. In terms of education, Yonkers has a number of both public and private schools, and is also home to Sarah Lawrence College. To get further information about moving to Yonkers as an expatriate, individuals could benefit from joining InterNations and using the website’s many features, such as the forum pages. These allow expats from all over the world to connect and share information about different cities, including Yonkers, which could help address a number of questions.

Working in Yonkers

Expatriates working in Yonkers may be able to find opportunities in a number of fields such as education, research, public services and healthcare, whilst there are options to commute to nearby New York City for further employment opportunities in various industries. Yonkers also offers work in areas such as retail and leisure, with a number of shopping areas located in the city. Expats in Yonkers who are still looking for work can benefit from signing up to InterNations and connecting with fellow expat members via its forum pages and private communication system. The forums in particular can help expatriates to share information and seek advice and could prove to be a valuable resource for finding work in Yonkers. The platform in general also offers a great opportunity to connect and exchange information about other areas of expat life in a new city such as culture, travel, housing, education and more.

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."