California is the largest state of United States. It has a booming economy and throws open several opportunities for budding talents and ambitious entrepreneurs. If you are planning to move to this Golden State to brighten your prospects, here is a list of top 4 cities that may be more inviting and promising than others.
LA is the second most populous city of the country. Be it entertainment, international trade, media, fashion, sports, technology, tourism, medicine, science, research or education, you can pursue profession in any area of your choice. 6 Fortune 500 Companies apart from many other top rated companies have set up shop in Los Angeles.
If you are planning to move to L.A., it is advisable to find accommodation closer to your workplace, else you will be needlessly spending time commuting in the big city. Areas which are better suited for residing include Burbank, Leimert Park, Beachwood Canyon, Venice, Brentwood, Hancock Park, Santa Monica, Miracle Mile etc. When choosing a place to live, do checkout rental prices, crime rate, proximity to school and colleges and most importantly driving time to your workplace.
Sacramento, the Capital city of California is quiet but has a very eminent history. It is a great place to live as you can find all the amenities that you would typically expect from a large city, but all this comes without the hustle and bustle usually expected out of a large city. The city offers a variety of lifestyle choice as there are very diverse neighborhoods. The prominent neighborhoods that you can consider for residence include Natomas (suburbs – north of downtown), Land Park, East Sacramento, Rancho Cordova (established suburbs), Curtis Park (for the privileged), Elk Grove and Midtown (stylish neighborhood). There are major differences in the cost of living across various neighborhoods and you can choose the one that fits your bill.
San Diego is a very popular tourist destination. Some people harbor a misconception that it is not a good place to live in California for work. I would contest this and say that you can enjoy a great quality of life if you opt to stay in San Diego for work. San Diego is home to many revolutionary businesses dealing in telecommunications, biotechnology, software, and other major industries. San Diego is a great place to both live and work and gives a comfortable small town impression. The weather is just close to perfect.
San Diego offers housing opportunities for households of all sizes and income level. You can hope to get a good apartment and bungalow in Hillcrest, University Heights, and Golden Hill. If you are interested in something around downtown, the options include North Park, Golden Hill and Little Italy.
The spirit of entrepreneurship runs deep in this city and is popularly known as the city of innovators. The important neighborhoods in San Francisco include Chinatown, Cole Valley, Potrero Hill and Hayes valley. Chinatown is known for its exotic and crowded open markets. If you are either a young professional or a middle aged couple Cole Valley is for you. The trendy Hayes valley is made for the downtown socialite. Portero Hill lie away from the hustle and bustle of the city, but if you love a slow pace of life, this place is just right for you.
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