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With a population of around 693,972, Washington, D.C. is situated perfectly between Maryland and Virginia. It has 203 annual days of sunshine and 74 days of precipitation with 39 inches of rain. Winters are chilly in D.C. and locals experience light snowfall totaling about 13 inches each year. Summers are hot and humid with temperatures averaging in the 80s and, spring/fall are mild to warm with temperatures ranging from 50s to upper 70s.

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Welcome home to the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C. This bustling and historic city, also known as “The District” or “D.C.” for short, is a melting pot of cultural diversity, delicious food, and some of the best entertainment around. With all that Washington, D.C. has to offer it is no wonder it attracts more than 20 million people each year. The main draw? The historic landmarks and government, of course!
Getting around D.C. isn’t hard when you learn the metro system. With an average commute time of 40 to 50 minutes to get anywhere in the city, the best bet is to learn how to ride the rails - or catch the bus or the DC Circulator. Hailing a taxi and catching a rideshare are also popular options with residents.
Living in D.C. is fun and exciting. D.C.’s neighborhoods offer a unique living experience and deciding what part to live in is half the fun. Some of the more famous neighborhoods include Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom, Georgetown (hello, Georgetown Cupcakes!), and Adams Morgan, but beyond these there are some hidden gems sprinkled around the city too!
With all that the area has to offer, it might just be time to make the big move to Washington, D.C., or just a move across town. From packing to moving the heavy stuff, movers can make your move to Washington, D.C. a breeze.

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Jobs & Local Economy

The unemployment rate in Washington, D.C. is 5.6% (as of June 2018) which is higher than the national average of 3.9%.
The largest employer in the area is the U.S. Government employing 25% of the population, and the biggest industries are government agencies, tourism, foreign diplomatic corps, education, finance, and public policy. The average commute in D.C. is 22 minutes.
The overall cost of living in D.C. is 74% higher than national average. This is mainly due to the cost of housing, which is 203% higher than the national average, and transportation expenses, which are 61% higher than the national average.

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Attractions

Making the move to Washington, D.C. also means you can enjoy these nearby attractions:

National Mall

Living in D.C. has its perks - easy access to some of the greatest statues and monuments honoring our nation, and those who fought for her. From the Lincoln Memorial to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, these stunning displays leave everyone in awe.

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Hillwood Estate & Gardens

Looking to escape the hustle and bustle of D.C.? Then head over to the tranquil estate of former socialite Marjorie Merriweather Post. This beautiful nature-filled area has been turned into a beautiful museum and garden featuring walking paths and a delightful art collection.

Gravelly Point Park

Grab your picnic basket, blanket, and a good book and head over to Gravelly Point Park. The park is a hub for bikers, casual strollers, and watching the planes fly slightly above as they make their descent into Ronald Reagan Airport.

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