Fall has arrived and the leaves are not the only things changing here in Nashville. In addition to the transition of the season, those in search of new job opportunities will want to be sure to take a closer look at our city for this reason as well.
As of September 21st Governor Haslam, along with the Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Burns Phillips, announced that unemployment rates decreased for both Davison and Williamson counties bringing them in at 2.7 percent.
In addition to this good news, Music City is exploding with seasonal activities, and there truly is something for everyone. From Tennessee Titans and Nashville Predators games to “Boo At The (Nashville) Zoo," every week is packed with fun for the whole family. The Pumpkin House at Cheekwood is back this year, and the Frist Art Museum is sure to please, with nationally and internationally recognized exhibitions year round.
Have you ever wandered in a corn maze? Nashville is surrounded by working farms, many of whom are an active part of the farm-to-table community here, and in the fall many open their properties to visitors looking for pumpkins, cider, and hay-rides. Click here for a list of fall festivals the whole family is sure to love!
As a Nashvillian, it’s our hope that you will take a minute to get out and enjoy the beauties of this lovely season. If you are considering relocating, we are certain that a sample of what Music City has to offer will help you “Fall” in love with Nashville!