Excellent quality of life is critical to the attraction and retention of skilled and talented workers, which are essential to the success of growing a business. The Grand Junction area's exceptional quality of life is attractive to businesses, individuals and tourists alike. The combination of spectacular scenery and recreational opportunities, excellent climate and air quality, arts and cultural facilities as well as superb health care and public school system make the Grand Junction area an easy choice. Reasonable cost of living, low crime rate and a great choice of neighborhoods and residences add to the Grand Junction area's overall attractiveness, to both young and old.
Colorado has consistently been voted high in "Most Livable State" rankings, and the Grand Junction area is no exception. GJEP has compiled the Top Five Reasons to relocate your business where life is GRAND!
A community is not judged by where it is today. It is judged by where it will be tomorrow. The Grand Junction area is in an excellent position to attract qualified primary employers. Through its strong leadership, trained workforce, superior quality of life, and most importantly, its strong vision, the Grand Junction area is and will continue to be an excellent place to call home.
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