For certified surgical neurophysiologists with at least 2 years of experience who are looking for something new and exciting, SpecialtyCare has openings in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Not only are we offering a full benefits package with tuition reimbursement, funds for membership fees and continuing education, we’re also offering a great job in one of the coolest cities in the Midwest. If you’ve never lived in Green Bay, you should definitely check out the reasons below for considering the move.
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The Green Bay Packers
There’s a reason they call Green Bay Titletown USA. The Green Bay Packers still hold the record today for most NFL championships in history with a whopping 13 total. That’s 9 championships pre-merger and four Super Bowl Championships. They’re also the only football team in history to win three consecutive championships twice. As if they don’t stand out enough already, the Packers are also the only team owned by the fans. A publicly owned, non-profit corporation since 1923, the team currently has 360,760 stockholders. Think about that number. That’s over triple the entire population of Green Bay itself (Census Bureau: 105,116).
You don’t have to be a die-hard fan to appreciate the Packers’ history. Lambeau Field offers stadium tours that offer a look behind the scenes. You can also check out the Packers Hall of Fame and drop into 1919 Kitchen and Tap inside the atrium. There’s also the Heritage Trail Trolley Tour that will take you all around the greater Green Bay area teaching you the history of the team’s formation. And if you can get to a live game, nothing beats it. Close to 80% of the city’s population can fit inside it, and USA Today ranked it the #1 stadium in the country.
The Arts Scene
You may not have known it, but Green Bay has a thriving arts scene for music, theatre and history museums. Seeing as Green Bay is one of the oldest European settlements in the US, there is plenty to see at the Neville Public Museum and the living history museum at Heritage Hill Historical Park. If history isn’t your thing, the city offers up some gorgeous entertainment venues. The Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, the Meyer Theatre and the Lyric Room offer up live music, comedy shows, and theatre productions on a regular basis. And the Resch Center is around for the bigger arena-sized musical acts.
The Beach and Fishing
In case you aren’t familiar, Green Bay brushes against one of the bays connected to Lake Michigan. The Bay of Green Bay and Fox River are easy to get to and offer great fishing for Bass, Perch, Walleye, Musky and Northern Pike all year round. Or for the ultimate fishing trip, you can head north to Algoma and fish for Trout and Salmon in Lake Michigan. Sailing is also big in the Bay and there are dozens of options for local rentals if you don’t own.