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Spokane, WA

Positions in the Pacific Northwest

Spokane is located in the heart of the inland Northwest and is the second most populous city in Washington.  The Spokane River runs though she city and beautiful Riverfront Park in downtown Spokane.

An array of enjoyable outdoor activities are right outside the city, including ski resorts, white-water rafting, camping areas, hiking trails, and lakes. 

Spokane has been selected as an All-America City three times, including in 2015 when it was one of 10 honored throughout the country.  The city hosts many great community events, festivals, and gatherings, and is home to the Lilac Bloomsday Run, the largest timed road race in the nation.

Spokane Bridge

About the Area

The City of Spokane is home to roughly 200,000 residents, with a median age of 35. It is ranked #4 in the country for metropolitan areas with the highest published employment concentrations and wages in the healthcare industry according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Spokane, WA

Take a walk through gardens and over bridges in the gorgeous Riverfront Park, a lush landscape set right in the midst of downtown Spokane.  

Visit Spokane Falls, a two-tiered waterfall in the heart of the city, offering a pedestrian bridge that crosses the river just below the falls and allows for fantastic views of the rushing water.

If you're a fan of camping, visit the Bowl & Pitcher Campground in Riverside Park.  The area boasts scenic views, a variety of hiking trails, and a suspension bridge built in 1934.

Washington Seafood

Seafood lovers rejoice! The Pacific Northwest is known for its amazing fresh seafood!

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