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EmCare has Careers in All Top 7 Best Cities to Invest in Homes for 2014, according to Forbes

Posted on Thu, Nov 20, 2014
EmCare has Careers in All Top 7 Best Cities to Invest in Homes for 2014, according to Forbes

Forbes has released their list of best cities to invest in homes for 2014 and EmCare has great opportunities for clinicians in all top 7 cities! View the top 7 list below to see interesting facts and current opportunities in some of the best cities in the U.S to invest in a home.

1.  Fort Worth-Arlington, Texas
Fun Facts via FortWorth.com

  • In 1909, the Fort Worth Zoo opened as the first zoo in Texas.
  • The Modern Art Museum in Fort Worth is the oldest museum in Texas and is the second-largest museum gallery space for modern art in America, next to MoMA New York.
  • Fort Worth is home to the oldest stock show and rodeo in the country - the Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show.
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2.  Dallas-Plano-Irving, Texas
Fun Facts via VisitDallas.com
  • Dallas is home to more than 200 golf courses
  • The largest permanent model train exhibit in the country is on display in the lobby of Dallas Children's Medical Center.
  • The largest permanent model train exhibit in the country is on display in the lobby of Dallas Children's Medical Center.
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3.  Charlotte-Gastonia-Concord, North Carolina-South Carolina 
Fun Facts via CharlottesGotALot.com and 10-Facts-About.com
  • Nearly 60 percent of the country's population lives within a two-hour flight of Charlotte, North Carolina, and 6.9 million people live within a 100-mile radius.
  • Charlotte stands second to New York in terms of its contributions to Philanthropic pursuits.
  • This region houses 37 higher learning institutions and has 50 campuses that provide training and academic expertise to an increasingly growing workforce.
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4.  Nashville-Davison—Murfreesboro--Franklin, Tennessee
Fun Facts via USAToday.com and Initials-Inc.com
  • Long before Nashville became Music City, it was known as the Athens of the South because of its many higher educational institutions.
  • A Country Christmas – Gaylord Opryland is host to the world’s largest nativity display.
  • Nashville has the world’s only exact replica of the ancient Greek temple, The Parthenon.
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5.  Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, Texas 
Fun Facts via VisitHoustonTexas.com
  • Forbes named Houston the "Coolest City" in the country in 2012, citing factors such as the strong economy, dynamic arts scene and multiculturalism.
  • Houston’s cultural events and exhibitions report 9.2 million visits per year.  
  • 77030, the Texas Medical Center Zip code, is home to 21,000 physicians, scientists, researchers and other advanced degree professionals in the life sciences at 385 medical offices, the highest concentration in the country.
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6.  Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta, Georgia 
Fun Facts via Atlanta.net
  • You can ride your bike from Atlanta to Alabama. The Silver Comet Trail is a recreational path that begins in Smyrna and runs all the way across the Alabama border.
  • Pemberton Place, home to the New World of Coca-Cola, is named after Dr. John Stith Pemberton, an Atlanta pharmacist.
  • Runners from around the world descend on Atlanta each Fourth of July for the Peachtree Road Race. Approximately 60,000 runners participate each year, making it one of the largest 10K foot races in the world.
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7.  Oklahoma City, Oklahoma ​
Fun Facts via VisitOKC.com
  • Oklahoma City is equidistant from Los Angeles and New York, and within 500 miles of 71 million people
  • The state capitol building at 23rd and Lincoln is the only capitol in the nation with a working oil well on its grounds.
  • Oklahoma City averages more than 300 days of sunshine per year
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Click here to browse more of EmCare's nationwide clinical healthcare opportunities!
 
Click here to view Forbes’ entire list of Best Places to Invest in 2014.

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