Virginia Relocation Info
If you are moving to Northern Virginia or just considering it, you're making an excellent decision to live in one of our nation's most beautiful areas!
Centrally located in the Washington metropolitan area, it's ease of transportation access and highly skilled labor force combined with an active civic and service community, makes Arlington County a powerful and influential region on a national and global level.
Arlington's diverse population is also a highly educated one -- Over 60 percent have a bachelor's degree or higher and 30 percent have a graduate or professional degree
Arlington is also a popular a tourist destination for millions. Arlington features many well-known national landmarks such as the Pentagon, the Arlington National Cemetery & Iwo Jima Memorial, Kennedy’s Grave site, and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
The balanced mix of an increasingly varied residential and employment mix with a focus of high-density commercial and residential development around Metro rail stations in the Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor and the Jefferson Davis Corridor enables Arlington county to stand out as a top destination for living and working.
The median household income of Fairfax County is one of the highest in the nation and over half of its adult residents have college Bachelor degrees or graduate degrees. Fairfax County also is home to an extensive commercial office market and is a major employment center.
Fairfax County has the largest number of jobs (524,000) and the largest labor force (562,000) in the Washington area, with a low unemployment rate of 1.9%. The county also has a high median household income of $85,300.
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