Living in Connecticut
Located in the state’s capitol city of Hartford, Community Health Services, Inc. is part of a great metropolitan area that features a variety of amenities and attractions, including world-class dining options and a burgeoning entertainment scene.
The cities and towns surrounding Hartford offer some of the best public schools in Connecticut. Of course, CHS is an asset for the area too, as the state’s second oldest Federally Qualified Health Center, a patient centered medical facility that is dedicated to caring for under-served families.
Transportation in the Hartford area is convenient, with Bradley International Airport just miles from the city and an Amtrak train station conveniently located in downtown Hartford.
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Connecticut, home to the championship-winning UConn Huskies, offers a unique New England lifestyle that allows residents to enjoy outdoor activities year-round.
Hartford is centrally located between New York City and Boston, a two hour drive from both cities and even closer to tourist hot-spots such as Mystic Seaport and Newport, Rhode Island.
Connecticut’s shoreline boasts beautiful beaches and award-winning lobster shacks while central Connecticut is home to many historical sites, theaters, restaurants and museums. Throughout the state, bike and walking trails wind through Connecticut’s picturesque landscape.
Cost of Living Estimates
Connecticut’s Hartford area is surprisingly affordable. To give you a better idea, take a look at how much a salary would need to be in nearby cities to equal the purchasing power of a $50,000 salary in Connecticut’s Hartford area:
Stamford, CT (metro NY area) – $59,053
Boston – $55,995
New York – $90,456
Data courtesy of CNN Money