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Moving to and from Phoenix, Arizona with Long Distance   Moving Experts

Do you find yourself driving home from work these days thinking routine can be good, but it can also get boring if things are not shaken up a bit? You just want a change in scenery and the only way to do that may be by moving somewhere new. So, you actually made a decision to pick up and move to Phoenix, Arizona for business or personal reasons. If your decision is final Long Distance Moving Experts is the best company to help you with relocation. Our full range of relocation and storage services will exceed your expectations throughout your moving experience. Long Distance Moving Experts will give you easy solutions for even the most challenging moves. Our experienced team members will provide you excellent customer service, hassle-free assistance, so you can focus on your new journey. From any origin to any destination, we will get you there. Our comprehensive list of moving amenities includes:
- Full-service packing solutions
- Auto transport
- Deliverable moving supplies
- Free estimates
And that's not all, whatever you moving and storage services need, we’ve got you covered:
- Long- or short-term storage options
- 24-hour state-of-the-art security systems
- Preparation of belongings, including padding for damage-free storage
- Door-to-door moving and storage services from your home to our facilities
and back again
- Climate-controlled storage for items like pianos, fine artwork, books,
and wine
Read the following article and find out everything you’ll need to know before making a move to the Arizona’s capital.

About Phoenix, Arizona

Phoenix is the largest city, of the U.S. state of Arizona, as well as the sixth most populous city nationally, and is also the most populous state capital in the United States. Located in the Salt River Valley in the south-central part of the state, Phoenix is situated on flat desert terrain, bordered by lakes and the Superstition Mountains to the east and surrounded by the Phoenix Mountain Preserve. This beautiful western city was incorporated in 1881.
With more than 1.5 million residents and the workforce of more than 14,000 employees, Phoenix has long been recognized as one of the most desirable places to live and work. The early economy of Phoenix was focused primarily on agriculture and natural resources, but today, Phoenix is home to numerous high-tech and telecommunications companies that have recently relocated to the area. Tourism is an especially vital part of the economy. With more than 10 million visitors, Phoenix continues to be an important resort center.

Climate in Phoenix

Phoenix has a subtropical desert climate, typical of the Sonoran Desert. The most remarkable weather feature is sunshine approximately 325 days per year, making Phoenix one of the sunniest cities in the country.

Job Opportunities in Phoenix

The unemployment rate in Phoenix is 5.50%, with job growth of 3.17%, so whether you are a recent graduate just starting out or an experienced professional, Phoenix is a great place to grow both your community and your career. If you are moving to Phoenix to start a business, you will be pleasantly surprised at all that this area has to offer. The top employers in the city are:
-State of Arizona  
-Wal-Mart 
-Banner Health Systems 
-City of Phoenix  
-Honeywell International Inc
-U.S. Postal Service 
-Wells Fargo Company  
-Arizona State University  

Education

Public education in the Phoenix area is provided by over 30 school districts, with over 215 elementary, and 31 high schools. Phoenix also has 79 private technical and business colleges, including:
-Arizona State University , the largest university in the Rocky Mountain area with an enrollment of about 58,000 students. ASU offers over 250 majors to undergraduate students, and more than 100 graduate programs leading to numerous master and doctoral degrees in the liberal arts and science, design and arts, engineering, journalism, law, public policy, technology, and nursing.
-The University of Phoenix  confers degrees in over 100-degree programs at the associate, bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree levels.
-Maricopa Community Colleges  is one of the largest college districts in the U.S., serving more than 220,000 students each year. There are 10 colleges, two skill centers, and numerous education centers, all dedicated to educational excellence.

Heath System in Phoenix

One of the most important things when relocating is making sure you will have proper and comprehensive medical care. As a resident in Phoenix, you will have access to an impressive array of medical professionals. The Phoenix metropolitan area is serviced by 56 hospitals and medical centers providing in excess of 8,000 beds. More than 2,000 physicians, dentists, psychiatrists, chiropractors, osteopaths, and ophthalmologists attend to health care needs. More than 33,000 medical personnel are employed in the region. The largest health care facilities in Phoenix are the Maricopa Integrated Health System with 621 beds.

Parks and Recreation

This incredibly vibrant city is full of culture, southern hospitality, and attractions for every personality, the city is filled with plenty of big-name attractions, including:
- The Georgia Aquarium the world’s largest aquarium by volume of water, where you can swim with the biggest fish, the whale shark.
- World of Coca-Cola is a museum, showcasing the history of the Coca-Cola Company.
- High Museum of Art in Midtown, displays fine art from the last two centuries, as well as modern and contemporary pieces.
- Jimmy Carter Library and Museum is the permanent home of the former president’s Nobel Peace Prize.
The options of exploring are truly limitless in Atlanta. From parks and public spaces to nature preserves and river activities, there is plenty in Atlanta for the outdoor adventurer. The only thing left to do, call Long Distance Moving Experts today to schedule your moving day and ask for any additional information.

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