“The Land of 10,000 Lakes”- Land of 10,000 Healthcare Opportunities
Minnesota certainly lives up to its Dakota derived name of “Clear Blue Water”. It is an outdoorsman’s paradise in all four seasons: from “Grumpy Old Men” winter ice fishing at Wabasha, to spring biking along the Glacial Lakes State Trail from Willmar, to enjoying fall foliage and lake views while taking in a round of 18 at Ortonville, to water skiing in summer in the place where it was invented… Lake City. In International Falls you can hear mournful wolves howl and see spectacular Northern Lights while camping in the state’s only national park. In Mankota, you can watch the Minnesota Vikings’ summer training, play disc golf or skate on one of seven outdoor ice rinks.
If slow-moving glaciers left an indelible mark on the state’s geography, native Minnesotans left an equally indelible, and sometimes quirky mark, on our nation. It was home to Charles Lindbergh, aviator, in Little Falls and Marvin Schwan, frozen food mogul in Marshall. It is the state where SPAM was invented, Austin, and frozen vegetables, Blue Earth. Minnesota gave us the first indoor shopping mall and the largest indoor mall, the first pop-up toaster and the bundt cake pan, Tonka trucks and the first Super Computer, and medical milestones like pacemakers, cortisone, and open heart surgery. Residents are understandably proud of their high standard of living and education, and a health care system which consistently ranks in the top percentile nationwide.
As elsewhere across the country, Minnesota is experiencing an increased demand for healthcare professionals. Whether you are looking for the excitement and variety of an urban lifestyle in Duluth or Minneapolis or the tranquility and warmth of small town living in Parkers Prairie and Sleepy Eye, the industry experts at Centra will help you find out what “Minnesota Nice” really means! Call us at 800 535 0076