There are 7 LOVE signs in the Roanoke Region. Use clues posted on Instagram Stories @Get2KnowNoke to find them throughout the month of February. Take photos at locations you LOVE and share! Continue reading “#SearchForLove Photo Contest”
Where are the coolest and most affordable cities for millennials? If you guess Roanoke, then you are right.
The Roanoke Region was noted as one of “25 Cities that Millennials Can Afford and Actually Want to Live In” by The Penny Hoarder. Roanoke came in at No. 12 with an affordability rank of 5, millennial happiness rank of 18, and economy health rank of 15.
Job seekers, you don’t have to look any further than the Roanoke Region to find the perfect fit.
A report in USA Today notes that Roanoke is one of the best metro job markets in 2018. The ranking was produced by Zippia, a job search website, which used data from the Bureau of Labor Statistic to tank the top markets. Rankings are based on based on how much local wages rose, how much unemployment dipped, and the current jobless rate. Continue reading “Roanoke Named Top Market for Jobs by USA Today”
Looking for a place with a certain cool factor?
Look no further than the Roanoke Region.
The Matador Network, an online travel guide, named Roanoke a cool city you should check out before everyone else does. (And we totally agree.) Continue reading “Roanoke: A ‘Cool City You Should Check Out Before Everyone Else’”
The August 2018 edition of Outside magazine features Roanoke as one of “America’s Smartest Towns.”
Roanoke is the featured location under the heading, “Make a Beer Run.” Continue reading “Outside Magazine Mentions Roanoke in ‘Smartest Towns’ Feature”
Thanks to a connection from the Roanoke Regional Partnership, the Virginia Association of Colleges and Employers hosted its first employer event in Roanoke this week.
Representatives from Virginia colleges and universities were able to tour and form new relationships with regional businesses that are hiring college graduates. Continue reading “Event Connects Colleges and Employers in Roanoke Region”