Homes for rent in the Dayton area of Ohio have been an excellent starting point for those who move to the area looking to test the job market or enjoy a long list of cultural centers and events that the city has developed. With an emphasis on pizza, music and performing arts, Dayton is widely seen as Ohio's cosmopolitan city. While the city certainly has a lot to offer, those who are looking for specific opportunities may be better served by Dayton's surrounding suburbs. For example, many residents choose to rent a house in Kettering, Ohio, if they are interested in the medical field.
Kettering rental homes are scattered around the Kettering Medical Center, the suburban city's largest employer. Some of the employees here have become familiar with the area and with neighborhoods in Kettering by attending the Kettering College of Medical Arts. The college grants both two- and four-year degrees, and its popular fields of study include nursing, sonography, radiology technology, and biology. Many other residents find work at GE Money, Limited Brands or the Wright Patterson Air Force Base.
Of course, it takes more than jobs to build a strong community. Residents who rent in Kettering also get to take advantage of the city's expansive park lands, which annual host exciting events. Some notables include the Fraze Pavilion, which holds the summer concerts of the Dayton Philharmonic, and the Rosewood Arts Center is the home of the Art on the Commons Festival.
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