SpecialtyCare is currently hiring for a perfusionist in Coatesville, Pennsylvania. If you’re certified and interested in small town living with big city access, Coatesville may just be the spot for you. We’re offering excellent benefits and a chance to live right outside of Philadelphia. Let’s take a closer look at what Coatesville may have in store for you.
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Coatesville will give you peace of mind with housing costs well below the national average. And the best part? It’s just 45 minutes outside of Philly. It’s close by, but just far enough away to give you cheaper prices on just about everything. While the median cost of purchasing a home in the U.S. is over $216,000, and the median cost in the state of Pennsylvania is over $165,000, the median cost in Coatesville is far below both at $92,700. And the average cost of a 1 bedroom apartment in town is $100 cheaper than the national average. Just think of what all you could do with that extra cash every year.
Hit the Big City Any Time
The City of Brotherly Love awaits any time you want it. That’s right, Coatesville might as well be a suburb of Philly, just without the expensive costs. A day trip or weekend getaway hardly even needs to be planned. You could throw it together last minute. Heck, you could even take the train there for just $12 a pop.
There are a few things pretty much every American automatically knows about Philly. They’ve got killer cheesesteak sandwiches, the Rocky statue (with the museum steps to run up), and let’s not forget a sports team for every die-hard fan (Phillies, Flyers, Eagles, the 76ers). But the city also has plenty to offer for your entertainment, no matter what you’re interests.
How about the fact that the city has over 200 BYOB restaurants? You read that right. And almost none of them have corkage fees. Philly has expensive liquor licenses, and it spawned a whole wave of bring-your-own-booze joints all over town. Not big into drinking? Philly is also a well-known foodie town.
On top of the cheesesteaks, you’ve got food events going on all the time like the midnight Pretzel Ride, the Wing Bowl (a super competitive eating contest), and dollar hot dog nights at Phillies games. Or you can hit the Reading Terminal Market for any kind of authentic cuisine you can imagine.
Or maybe history is your thing. Philly’s got the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, the African American Museum, the Philadelphia Mint, the Mummers Museum, the Independence Seaport Museum, the American Swedish Historical Museum, and the National Museum of American Jewish History. In other words, this treasure of a city is a history buff’s absolute dream. Philly also has a bike share program with stations all over the city for those wanting to take in the scenery.