We’re hiring Home Health Physical Therapists to work in Oakland. Why travel to Oakland though? Oakland is emerging as a destination city and not just because San Francisco is so expensive. Here are five reasons you’ll love traveling to Oakland as a Home Health PT.
Oakland is a City All Its Own
For years folks have been moving to Oakland for its affordable housing, however, Oakland is more than a refuge for those hoping to be near Fog City. Oakland is home to professional sports teams like the Oakland Raiders, a thriving bar and restaurant scene, and urban wine trail, nightlife scene, in addition to water sports.
Oakland is Close to San Francisco
It’s a city all it’s own, as is San Francisco. If you’ve never been, you’ll want to check out neighborhoods like the Mission District, The Castro, Nob Hill, SoMa, and more. Just hop on the BART and you can be in The City in no time.
Arts & Culture is Thriving in Oakland
Sure, San Francisco has the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre but Oakland has it’s fair share of arts and culture too. For instance, Oakland Art Murmur is a must-see: a collection of galleries open to the public. There’s a Bonsai Garden at Lake Merritt for viewing a museum of beautiful live specimen, The Oakland Ballet Company for viewing professional switch leaps, and art galleries for viewing both modern and ancient masterpieces.
The Oakland Hills is routinely rated on of the best hikes in the Oakland area for monumental views of the Bay. Want to get out of the city? Head to Grizzly Peak, just a 20 minute drive outside of the city.
Tours of the Oakland Harbor are free and open to the public, July through October. Other ways to get out on the water? Head to USS Potomac, a floating museum and yacht of one of our more well known presidents, FDR.
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