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Living in Tallahassee

With its canopied roads shaded by moss-draped oaks, temperate climate and nationally renowned park system, Tallahassee is truly a gem within Florida and offers its workers an excellent quality of life.
The Capital City shares a deep-rooted history and culture with ample doses of fun and authenticity.  Tallahassee is home to two major research universities, a community college, the epicenter of state government, hundreds of industry association headquarters and multiple private sector interests.  It is in close proximity to the crystal clear waters of Destin and Mexico Beach, the old-Florida charm of St. George Island, the Nature Coast, and the hospitality of several quaint South Georgia towns.  The city boasts several A-rated elementary, middle and high schools that consistently exceed the highest of state and national standards, in addition to various private school options for families.  Two regional hospitals offer services to more than a half million people in the metropolitan area and include satellite emergency rooms, urgent care centers and outpatient clinics conveniently located in every corner of the city.  Tallahassee residents are treated to a three-time College Football National Championship team in their own backyard and the city routinely hosts major concerts and entertainment events at venues such as the Leon County Civic Center, Ruby Diamond Theater and Cascades Park.
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