The Heart of the Pacific NW
The Beaver State
Sure, you've heard of Portland — but Oregon has so much more to it than it's most popular city. Don't get us wrong, Portland is an amazing city; a cultural hub surrounded by the Cascade Range, bisected with a river that runs through rainforest, mountains and desert on it's way to the Pacific Ocean. But Oregon's a big state, and even though it's biggest city is certainly it's most popular, there is a lot more to see if you explore a little.
98k square miles of mountains, deserts, rivers and lakes.
See why Oregon has been the most-moved to state for the last 5 years.
Hope you like rain!
Home to the University of Oregon and the Oregon Ducks. Eugene has a great mix of college students and professionals. It's centrally located on the I-5 so you a quick drive from just about everything.
Salem is the capital of Oregon, and just one hour south of the northern border. Small enough to feel charming but big enough to not feel limiting - Salem is full of history, art and culture.
Bend is an adventure lover's dream. Located in the gateway to the high desert, Bend has enough hiking, skiing, rafting and camping to keep you busy year-round.
You've definitely heard of Portland, as it's the most-moved to city in the United States. It's easy to see why: old town charm mixed with a modern downtown area, with easy access to every type of landscape Oregon has to offer.
Oregon School Jobs
Ready to tattoo Oregon State on your arm and take a selfie? Ok, you don't have to do that to move here, but you may be inspired to after falling in love with it like so many others have. Check out some of our travel therapy jobs in Oregon, then throw away all of your things because you're going to want to buy all new stuff once you are here. (It's that cool)