Category: Moving to Seattle

Jun26

If you’re new here, you’re in for a real treat. Summertime in Seattle is the best. If you’ve recently relocated to Seattle, allow us to share with you some of our favorite Seattle summertime events. Read More

Jun15

Are you itching to move to Seattle? You’re not alone. Roughly 1,100 people move to the Seattle area each week, as reported by the US Census Bureau. For many, moving to a new location means finding a new job, but how does someone conduct a successful long-distance job search? Read More

Jan4

Maybe your 2017 goals include tackling the Couch to 5K Program, learning French, or saving $1,000… or maybe your resolution involves a change of scenery – like moving to Seattle, or finding a new job. If a brand new job opportunity is what you’re looking for, consider Parker your key to conquering that New Year’s Resolution! Read More

Nov23

The short version? A Seattle Water Taxi is a smaller vessel for walk-on passengers only, but WA State ferries transport vehicles, too. However, there are plenty of other differences between the two - and we've got the scoop! Read More

Aug23

Though there are plenty of bus lanes in and around Seattle to keep transit on schedule, busses can still get caught in traffic, too! The free app, OneBusAway, is designed to provide Seattle transit riders real-time information regarding arrival times of busses (and more)! Read More

Aug15

Continuing our series discussing Seattle Transit options, we introduce the Link light rail. Operated by Sound Transit, the Link light rail currently travels between Sea-Tac Airport and University of Washington (UW) Station, with 13 stops along the way. But what is ST3 & how will it affect the light rail? Read More

Aug10

In the coming weeks, we're giving you the run down on everything you need to know about Seattle’s Public Transportation, keeping you prepared when the time comes to commute to your new job in the city. We start today with the ORCA Card. Read More

Jul20

Some call it a cyclist haven. Others argue that it’s the cleanest and greenest neighborhood in Seattle. Our colleagues, Taylor Engbrecht and Kendra Davison, also like to call Seattle's Green Lake Neighborhood “home.” Read More

May19

Some call it its own little suburb. Others will say it’s its own thriving town. Our Senior Recruiter, Gayle Luchini, actually prefers to call it “home.” Get a sneak peek at what life could be like living in West Seattle! Read More

May4

In fact, in Terms of Rainfall, Seattle Doesn’t Crack the Top 15. Read More