Ever consider a contract job in Nashville? What about relocating for a direct job there? You may just want to stick around and enjoy everything this wonderful city has to offer when you're not working hard. Nashville is a lot more than just country music; it's packed with history and adventure, there is an endless supply of rooftop bars down on Broadway, and it's a foodie's paradise for people of all ages, all while dishing out friendly southern hospitality.
If you're looking for a fairly moderate midwest climate, Nashville is a great choice. With winter lows just under freezing, we'd recommend packing a jacket, but you're safe from the northern frost you'd find in colder places like Wisconsin or Minnesota.
Nashville averages just 4 inches of snow a year, so if you're there during the winter, don't worry too much about getting snowed in.
Summers in Nashville can get a little hot and humid so remember to hydrate often!
Nashville has a fairly reasonable cost of living, only a point higher than the national average. You can expect to pay between six hundred and seven hundred dollars a month for a one bedroom or studio apartment, or, if you prefer bringing along your RV, around ten to twenty dollars a night.
Nashville's famous Hot Chicken is a must while in town, and Hattie B's is the place to go.
If you're looking for a knock your socks off down-home southern breakfast, you'll be sure to make a stop at Biscuit Love.
Before catching a show at the Grand Ol' Opry stop in across the street to explore the Gaylord Opryland Resort. Here you can walk through the beautiful atriums or dine at one of the nearly dozen restaurants located within the resort.
Once you have had your fill of talented musicians and music memorabilia museums plan on a visit to the full-scale replica of the Parthenon.
Nashville and the surrounding areas have endless biking and hiking trails to explore where you can take in the beautiful scenery, and waterfalls.
If sports are more of your thing Nashville is the home to the NFL team The Tennessee Titans and NHL team The Nashville Predators.
If you want to get out of town take a short drive to the quaint town of Lynchburg. This is the home of Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey where you can tour this historic distillery. Fun fact - located in a dry county that prohibits the sale of alcohol.
Check out neighboring suburbs of LaVergne, Antioch, Goodlettsville for affordable long-term place to stay, or consider looking on AirBnB.
RV'ing? There's a number of RV Parks in and around the Nashville area.
From shopping to whiskey tasting, to bike riding and line dancing this place never disappoints after you leave the hangar for the day. If Nashville seems like a place you'd like to work, visit and, stay for awhile call a recruiter today. We've got lots of exclusive employment opportunities both contract and direct positions at Strom Aviation. Click here to browse Nashville jobs.