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Tucson Arizona

Tucson, Arizona is the second largest city in the state after Phoenix and is home to the University of Arizona. Located southeast of Phoenix, west of El Paso and north of the Mexican border, the city is home to almost a million people. Tucson is at the end of the Arizona Sun Corridor with Phoenix at the other.

Tucson has an ancient history stretching back some 2,000 years but the current city is modern and forward looking. With a diverse cultural mix, strong student presence and native American reservations all around, it’s a great place to live and work.

The local economy is dominated by the University of Arizona, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is also a large influence as well as the US Army Intelligence Center at Fort Huachuca. The military presence brings tech and defense companies too that offer a range of skilled roles to the city.

Corporate housing in Tucson is dominated by furnished apartments. All are within purpose-built developments in upscale areas commutable to most places in the city.

Employment in Tucson

The local economy is dominated by University of Arizona and the military but there is also a thriving tech base and tourism industry too. Overall, unemployment is low and there is opportunity for a range of skilled trades here.

Military and defense employers in Tucson include Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, the US Army Intelligence Center at Fort Huachuca, Raytheon Missile Systems, Texas Instruments, IBM, Intuit Inc., Universal Avionics, Honeywell Aerospace, Sunquest Information Systems, Sanofi-Aventis, Ventana Medical Systems, Inc. and Bombardier Aerospace

Major employers in Tucson include the University of Arizona, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Freeport-McMoran Copper & Gold, Inc., Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., University of Arizona Health Network, Tohono O’odham Nation, Carondelet Health Network, TMC HealthCare, Fry’s Food Stores of Arizona, Inc., Pima Community College, Corrections Corp. of America (CCA), Asarco, LLC, Afni Inc., Southern Arizona VA Health Care System and Citi.

Medical centers in Tucson include Banner University Medical Center Tucson, Arizona Health Sciences Center, Tucson Medical Center, Tucson Orthopedic Institute, the Cancer Care Center of Southern Arizona and the Children’s Clinics for Rehabilitative Services.

Getting around Tucson

Most flights into Tucson will land at Tucson International Airport (TUS) which is south of the city. It is linked via buses and taxis and has car rental on site.

Amtrak run rail services into Tucson railway station via its Sunset Limited service between New Orleans and Los Angeles.

Buses are plentiful and stop at various stations around the city, services include Arizona Shuttle Service, Flixbus, Greyhound Lines, Premier Shuttle, Sahuaro Shuttle and TUFESA Bus Lines. Sun Tran runs commuter bus services around Tucson.

The Sun Link Streetcar links the university to Downtown.

Tucson has good road links too with I-19 and I-10 linking it to the outside world and local routes handling commuter traffic.

Tucson is also a bicycle friendly city if you prefer to make your own way round.

Living in Tucson

Tucson is a real mix. It is a crossroads of European, Native American, Mexican and Asian cultures and offers the sights, sounds and smells of each. It’s a vibrant mix that lends itself well to a lively food and entertainment scene as well as diverse neighborhoods.

Neighborhoods in Tucson include A Mountain, Adelanto, Alvernon Heights, Amphi, Armory Park, Arroyo Chico, Avondale, Balboa Heights, Barrio Anita, Barrio Blue Moon, Barrio Centro, Barrio Hollywood, Barrio San Antonio, Barrio Santa Rosa, Barrio Viejo, Bear Canyon, Blenman-Elm, Bravo Park Lane, Broadmoor-Broadway, Broadway-Northeast, Cabrini, Campbell-Grant, Campus Farm, Catalina Vista-Blenman-Elm, Cherry Avenue, Civano, Colonia Del Valle, Corbett, Country Glenn, Desert Aire-Loma Linda, Desert Palms Park, Dietz, Dodge Flower, Doolen-Fruitvale, Drexel Park, Dunbar Spring, Eastside, El Conquistador, El Cortez, El Gheko, El Montevideo, El Presidio, El Rio Acres, Elvira, Enchanted Hills, Fairgrounds, Feldman’s, Flowing Wells, Glenn Heights, Groves Lincoln Park, Harlan Heights, Harrison East-South, Hedrick Acres, Highland Vista Cinco Via, Houghton, Iron Horse, Ironwood Ridge, Jefferson Park, Julia Keen, Keeling, La Madera, Lakeside Park, Las Vistas, Limberlost, Menlo Park, Mesquite Ranch, Midtown, Midvale Park, Miles East West, Millville, Miracle Manor, Miramonte, Mitman, Mortimore, Mountain First Avenue, Mountain View, Myers, Naylor, North Dodge, North University, Northwest, Oak Flower, Ocotillo Oracle, Old Fort Lowell, Palo Verde, Parkway Terrace, Peter Howell, Pie Allen, Poets Square, Prince Tucson, Rancho Buena, Richland Heights East, Richland Heights West, Rillito, Rincon Heights, Rita Ranch, Roberts, Rose, Rosemont East, Rosemont West, Saguaro Miraflores, Saint Cyrils, Sam Hughes, Samos, San Clemente, San Gabriel, San Ignacio Yaqui, Santa Cruz Southwest, Santa Rita Park, Sewell, Shaheen Estates, Silvercroft, South Harrison, South Park, Starr Pass, Stella Mann, Sunnyside, Sunset Villa, Swan Way Park, Terra Del Sol, Thunderbird Heights-Wilmot Desert, Toumey Park, Tucson Park West, Udall Park, Vista Del Monte, Wakefield, West University, Western Hills, Westside Development and Wilshire Heights.

Things to see and do in Tucson include Barrio Viejo, El Tiradito, Sosa-Carrillo-Frémont House Museum, Fort Lowell Museum, San Pedro Chapel, Pima Air & Space Museum, Aerospace Maintenance and Regentation Center, Tucson Museum of Art, University of Arizona Museum of Art, Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson, De Grazia Gallery in the Sun Historic District, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Colossal Cave Mountain Park, Tohono Chul Park, Mission San Xavier del Bac, Old Tucson Studios, Tucson Gem & Mineral Show, Fiesta de los Vaqueros and Wa:k Pow Wow.

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