Virginia: a Great Place to Work
Quality of Life
Virginia scores high on quality of life measures. US News and World Report considered education, economy, health care, crime and corrections, fiscal stability, infrastructure, natural environment and opportunity in ranking Virginia as the 7th best state to live. Economic opportunity, affordability, and
educational achievement abound in Virginia!
Education shines in Virginia. After calculating 32 measures of quality and safety, Public School Rankings by State 2023 ranked Virginia schools fourth in the nation overall. Learners of all ages can start early and finish with the highest credentials from Virginia’s schools and universities.
Find the Right Location for Your Lifestyle
Do you dream of river, bay, or ocean life? Chesapeake Public Schools, Portsmouth Public Schools, and Suffolk Public Schools have job openings and incredible places to live near the water!
Outdoor sports, adventures, and beauty in the Virginia mountains are just a stone’s throw away from Roanoke City Public Schools, Washington County Public Schools, Salem City Public Schools, and Scott County Public Schools.
Tucked away in Northern Virginia, Fredericksburg City Public Schools is a short drive away from Washington, DC, our national treasure of museums, history, nightlife, and top-tier cultural events.
Life is quieter in Virginia’s heartland. Let the small size and slower pace of Amelia County Public Schools, Henry County Public Schools, Pittsylvania County Public Schools, Danville City Public Schools, Prince George County Public Schools, Petersburg Public Schools, and New Kent County Public Schools charm your family.
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