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Winston-Salem, NC

Big-City Opportunities and a Small-Town Feel

The historic city of Winston-Salem is a well-kept Southern secret located in the Piedmont region of north central North Carolina. Featuring a diverse culture with roots in music, art and skilled craftsmanship, Winston-Salem offers its residents a strong economic base, a rich and satisfying quality of life and excellent educational opportunities. The city is known for its lush greenery, winding streets and beautiful, well-kept homes. Its neighborhoods are affordable, clean and safe. Winston-Salem residents enjoy close proximity to the Piedmont Triad International Airport, which is 20 minutes from downtown, the spectacular Blue Ridge Mountains, only two hours west, and the relaxing beaches of the Atlantic, only four hours east. The city is located halfway between Atlanta and Washington, D.C.

Ranked fifth among the top ten cities for starting a career, Winston-Salem has become a magnet for new businesses. With a variety of established companies, and the growth of new corporations moving into the area, Winston-Salem has earned a reputation for low unemployment, with a wide range of job opportunities. One of the largest in the area is Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, one of the southeast most prestigious and reputable hospitals. RJR Nabisco Inc., BB&T, Krispy Kreme, and Sara Lee are just a few of the many corporations that have Winston-Salem as their home base. The city's low cost of living has made Winston-Salem a favorite among young professionals starting out in the business world.

Population: 173,500
Median Household Income: $51,000
Median Age of Residents: 29.8 years
Average Temperature: 58 degrees
Sources: Piedmont Triad Partnership, Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce