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Life in the Pacific Northwest

Make the most of your career, and your surroundings.

When you're not working, you probably want choices for how to spend your time. Do you enjoy sunset walks along the waterfront? Listening to live music in a local club, or drinking great coffee in a local café? Do you want to get out of the city and head for the mountains? Or is the city your playground, with all its unique communities and cultural offerings?

If where you live means as much to you as where you work and play, you'll enjoy life in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. Known as one of the nation's most livable cities, Seattle is also the nation's most educated city, with the highest percentage of college graduates. The city offers a thriving food and restaurant scene, not to mention a rich music and art scene. From its position on the Pacific Rim, Seattle's views of Puget Sound and the Olympic mountain range are truly awe-inspiring.

Seattle leads the Pacific Northwest in enterprise and entertainment, just as Swedish leads the way in quality care, community outreach and exceptional hospital jobs. Our acute care campuses are located in urban, suburban, and community settings, all within or very near the heart of Seattle.

Seattle leads the Pacific Northwest in enterprise and entertainment, just as Swedish leads the way in quality care, community outreach and exceptional hospital jobs. Our acute care campuses are located in urban, suburban, and community settings, all within or very near the heart of Seattle.

Here are just a few area highlights:

  • Employment in the Seattle and Puget Sound region is projected to grow from 1.9 million to nearly 2.5 million by 2020
  • The 2010 Policom Corporation Annual Economic Strength Rankings have named the Seattle metropolitan area the strongest local economy in America
  • Seattle was ranked #2 nationally by Kiplinger's in its "10 Best Cities for the Next Decade" report
  • Forbes ranked Seattle as the third coolest city in the nation in 2010
  • According to the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, Seattle ranked as the nation's most walkable city
  • Seattle was recognized by the Milken Institute as the second most influential high-tech sector in the country
  • Seattle is one of the nation's top cities for LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified facilities

To learn more about Seattle and life in the Pacific Northwest, visit:

www.seattle.com
www.cityofseattle.net
www.seattlechamber.com
seattle.citysearch.com
www.seattleweekly.com

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