Everything you need to know about moving to Phoenix Arizona.

Living In Phoenix, Arizona

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Phoenix Nurturing Business Growth

Phoenix Nurturing Business Growth

People and businesses from around the country and the world continue to flock to Phoenix. Find out why!

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Phoenix Area on Top 10 List of Fastest Growing Cities in the Nation

Phoenix Area on Top 10 List of Fastest Growing Cities in the Nation

The Phoenix area made the top 10 list for the nation's fastest growing cities this year.

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CareerCast Identifies Best Cities to Live and Work

CareerCast Identifies Best Cities to Live and Work

Tucson, Arizona is one of the best cities to live and work in the nation, according to CareerCast. See who else made the top 10 list - you might be surprised.

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Phoenix Arts and Culture

The arts thrive in Phoenix, thanks in part to an active creative and civic community with major annual events in almost every Phoenix city.

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Diverse Phoenix for Food, Entertainment and Shopping

Diverse Phoenix for Food, Entertainment and Shopping

Just like its diverse terrain, Phoenix has an equally diverse offering of shopping and entertainment.

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Arizona Daytime Expeditions

Although Arizona covers 113,998 square miles (and is roughly the size of Italy), there are a multitude of day trip options.

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Natural Beauty and Outdoor Fun

Natural Beauty and Outdoor Fun

The Phoenix area’s natural beauty is just another reason for the city’s appeal - beauty, outdoor lifestyle and much much more.

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Desert Origins of Phoenix, Ariizona

The 48th contiguous state of the United States, Arizona comes from the Native American word “arizonac” which translates to “place of the small spring.”

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Phoenix Temperatures, Sunny and Mild

Temperatures range widely from North to South but Arizona residents needn't worry about blizzards, frozen windshields, or tornados. Every morning of the year, wake up and go.

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Valley of the Sun

Phoenix and its more than 20 surrounding communities are known as the “Valley of the Sun” and the “nation’s largest metro area for recruitment and attraction”.

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