Living in Utah
At University of Utah Health Care, we believe that if you work hard, you should enjoy the benefits of your work. Living in Salt Lake City allows you to do this, providing a wide range of benefits and opportunities not found in other metropolitan cities. Easy commutes, an ever expanding transit system, close proximity to numerous outdoor activities, and a strong economy are just a few of the things that set Salt Lake City apart. Numerous restaurants, theatres, outdoor concerts, and a variety of professional sports teams, including the NBA’s Utah Jazz, all make Salt Lake City a vibrant and exciting place to live.
As host to the 2002 Winter Olympics, Salt Lake City is a winter sports paradise. Ten of the nation’s top ski resorts are within an hour of downtown Salt Lake and six national parks are within a day’s drive. For those interested in a winter escape and warmer weather, Moab and southern Utah offer endless mountain biking, camping, hiking, and white-water rafting opportunities.
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