Welcome Ohio Movers!
The Buckeye State
Welcome to the Ohio, the birthplace of several U.S. presidents such as William Howard Taft & James Abram Garfield. It is also proud to have many manufacturing industries and (fun fact) tomato juice as its state beverage. This is a place where values are important and religion a strong influence, which one can see in the state’s motto – “With God, All Things are Possible”. We want your relocation to be as smooth as possible and, in light of this, have the most critical information put together for you below!
Relocating to Ohio - New Resident Information
If you’re moving to Ohio, you’ll want to make sure to take care of all registration, driver’s license renewal and paperwork with the DMV. To keep this relocating business as easy as possible, just follow the most important steps below:
Neighborhood Information for Ohio Moving Quotes and Ohio Moving Companies
Weather:-Ohio experiences a variety of weather across the state, temperature in each place truly varying city to city. However, no matter where you move to, there are a number of severe weather types to look out for. These include: tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, blizzards, and winter storms.
Population & Cost of Living:-Move to Ohio and join the population of about 11.6 million people.
Ohio is not as popular of a moving destination as metropolitan places like New York City or Los Angeles. However, these destinations are incredibly expensive to live in. Rent takes up most of your paycheck.
In comparison, Ohio has a fantastically low cost of living. Parts of the state have Cost of Living Indexes of 86, meaning costs of living 14% under the average, and the overall state average has as Cost of Living Index of 88. It’s hard to find a home here that prices at over $200,000!
OHIO EMPLOYMENT RATE & ECONOMY
The unemployment rate has been improving steadily. As of Fall 2014, the unemployment rate was at 5.7%. The top industries here include manufacturing (of everything from cars & airplanes to rubber products, chemicals & plastics), farming, mining (coal).
OHIO ATTRACTIONS YOU CANNOT MISS
FUN FACTS ABOUT OHIO
911 is usually the first sequence of numbers we are taught. It was in Ohio that the first ambulance service (the main respondents to 911) was established in 1865. Ohio Facts