Considering a Move to Tucson for a Contract Aviation Job?

New to Tucson?

Ever consider a contract job in Tucson, AZ? We have a number of employment opportunities so you can get out of the cold for a few months and enjoy the bright sky and sunshine Tucson has to offer. You may just want to stick around and enjoy everything this wonderful city has to offer when you're not working hard. If cavern adventures, authentic Mexican cuisine and the excitement of The Wild West calls to you, then you might consider making a move to Tucson, Arizona. A place where nature, culture and history are everywhere, and the only place in the world where you can find the giant Saguaro cactus.

Weather in Tucson

With an average of 280 days of sunshine Tucson is one of the sunniest cities in the country! Tucson only averages 11 inches of rain a year, so that leaves lots of time for outdoor activities. The weather here can get very hot during the summer days but with no humidity the nights cool off fast. It is not uncommon to be 90℉ during the day and 50℉ by night.


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Cost of Living in Tucson

Currently Tucson has a lower than average cost of living, with the average home costing around $132,000 you can expect to rent a home around $750 a month, or if you prefer bringing along your RV around $30 a night.

Dining in Tucson

The Tucson food scene is exploding with diversity and flavor. While Arizona is known for authentic Mexican food, there is so much more to Tucson. For a complete list of restaurants, taco trucks, breweries, distilleries, and ice cream shops check out our friends at Tucson Foodie. If you're craving tacos, stop into Tacos Apson. Here you can choose from carne asada to fish tacos and sit at the bar while watching the mesquite grill cook up your order. To top it off they offer a full salsa bar to make your meal complete.

What to Do in Tucson

When it comes to outdoor activities Tucson is the place to be. Here you can horseback ride through miles of trails, hike up Mount Lemmon or refine you archery skills at one of the ranges at Tucson Mountain Park. After exploring the cacti and horned lizards at Saguaro National Park head over to ima Air & Space MuseumP where you can see over 150 planes. Or ride the Sun Link Street car downtown where you can explore shops, galleries, food trucks, or catch a concert on Congress Street. Tucson is a growing city full of life and rich history. If you want to learn more about what employment opportunities Strom Aviation has in the area reach out to a recruiter today or check out Tucson openings here.

Where to Stay

With over 2000 hotels in the area you can have your pick of long-term stay hotels with most places starting around $50 a night. TownePlace Suites Tucson Williams Center is highly recommended, they are equipped with kitchens, breakfast, free Wi-Fi, a pool and centrally located. The Prince of Tucson RV Park also offers weekly and monthly rates that include water and sewer. With amenities like a heated pool, jacuzzi, free Wi-Fi, pool table and pet friendly it's no wonder it comes highly recommended.

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