Virginia

Virginia is a great place to live. The state takes great satisfaction in its superior education system, varied culture, and thriving economy.

Virginia is not only a great place to live, but it is also situated in the middle of the East Coast. There is plenty to appreciate for everyone, whether you love nature or history. Virginia is the ideal location for any explorer, with beaches towards the east side and mountains to the west side. The state takes great satisfaction in its superior education system, varied culture, and thriving economy. It is dripping with southern hospitality. Some of the great things about the state are:

1. The state has a strong economy.

Ranked as the 13th-best state economy by the U.S. News and World Report reports that the state's economy is booming. The top industries are healthcare and retail, which are also ranked number 24 in growth, number 5 in employment, and number 14 in a business environment. All industries are thriving, including shipbuilding on the waterfront, farming in the countryside, seafood harvesting along rivers and coasts, and vineyards in the outlying areas. While the national average has increased by 1.4 percent, job growth has increased by an average of 1.8 percent recently. In contrast to other states and the rest of the globe, Virginia's economy consistently appears to be stable. In fact, the Washington Post referred to Virginia as "the finest state in America" for financial management. This could be the ideal state for you if you wish to live somewhere with a robust economy and obtain a nice career.

2. World Class Medical Facilities

"You’ll pay a little more for healthcare in Virginia than in other parts of the country, but you’ll also have access to some of the best medical facilities in the US. Eighteen of Virginia’s more than one hundred hospitals meet US News’ highest standards, with The University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville ranking as the state’s best hospital. Other outstanding hospitals in Virginia include Inova Fairfax in Falls Church, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center, and Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital. With so many world-class medical facilities to choose from, you’ll be in good hands wherever you choose to live in the state. If you’re a senior citizen, have a preexisting condition, or have children, Virginia’s medical system definitely stands out as a positive among the pros and cons of living in Virginia."

3. Outstanding Educational System

"Whether you’re considering higher education or looking for a state with a great educational system for your kids, Virginia should be high on your list. Virginia has one of the highest-ranking public school systems in the country, thanks to ample educational funding. It also has one of the highest graduation rates in the US. For those who want to continue their studies post-high school, Virginia has two highly ranked public schools to choose from—the University of Virginia and Virginia Tech. Best of all, as an in-state resident, you’ll get to attend these two prestigious universities at a discounted rate. The state also boasts several excellent private universities. Education comes at a reasonable price in Virginia because of the outstanding public school system." 

"The state is home to three of the top 40 public universities in the entire country, The University of VirginiaThe College of William and Mary, and Virginia Tech are all highly sought after."

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