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Don’t Miss Out On The Buckeye State

Known as a Midwestern state, Ohio is home to several large metropolitan cities, world-renowned colleges and universities, and dozens of major U.S. corporations. 
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When healthcare professionals decide it is time to check out travel assignments, they often have locations like California, Florida, Hawaii, and other touristy destinations in mind. While assignments in any of those locations are fine, when your focus is narrow, you might miss out on discovering other great states, like Ohio. Known as a Midwestern state, Ohio is home to several large metropolitan cities, world-renowned colleges and universities, and dozens of major U.S. corporations. Let’s take a quick trip around the state to discover more about what makes Ohio a great travel destination.

Cleveland – The city of Cleveland has experienced quite a rejuvenation in recent years, mainly attributed to development near the massive Lake Erie waterfront. Visitors to the city find things of interest to explore no matter what their taste. Cleveland is home to the world-famous Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, a 150,000 square-foot museum dedicated to celebrating the spirit of the music we love. Other museums nearby include the expansive Cleveland Museum of Art and Museum of Natural History. Outdoor lovers will enjoy exploring the Cleveland Botanical Gardens or discovering the 18 parks in and around the city, known as the “Emerald Necklace.”

Columbus – The state capital of Ohio, Columbus, is also the most populous city in the state. Columbus, home to Ohio State University, is home to the headquarters of five U.S. Fortune 500 corporations and annually ranks as one of the top cities in America. When you are in Columbus, be sure to plan on spending a lot of time at the famous Columbus Zoo & Aquarium. If you are looking for nightlife, both the Arena District and the University area are filled with lively establishments for music, food, and fun. For greenery, visit the Franklin Park Conservatory or hike the trails along the Scioto River.

Cincinnati – Located on the shores of the Ohio River, the city of Cincinnati contains an interesting mix of vibrant green spaces and historic neighborhoods. Eden Park lives up to its name with over 180 acres of parkland, walking trails, lakes, and scenic overlooks. If history is your thing, strolling through German-style MainStrasse Village, located just across the Ohio River, will transport you back in time with its cobblestone streets, shops, and boutiques. Shoppers are delighted by the historic Findlay Market and its vibrant mix of ethnic food stalls and flea market vendors. As in all of Ohio’s large metro area’s, Cincinnati is also home to major sporting events and professional teams.

There is much more to the state of Ohio than its metro areas. From the coaster capital at Sandusky’s Cedar Point Amusement Park to Canton’s Pro Football Hall of Fame to the Aviation museums in Dayton, adventure is everywhere across the state. Right now, there are scores of travel assignment opportunities throughout Ohio and the Midwest. Use our powerful job search tool and find one that is a perfect match for you, or reach out to one of Supplemental Health Care’s recruitment professionals for more information on your new assignment in Ohio.

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