Working at Rain Bird - Mexico
Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Tijuana has it all: Bustling urban life, excellent location just on the border of San Diego for easy access to California and all the culture you would expect from a large city. San Ysidro, the point of entry in the United States, makes crossing the border extremely easy, even on foot.
The showpiece of the city is the Tijuana Cultural Center that boasts a million visitors a year. If you like city life, you can enjoy museums, art galleries, cultural performances, and excellent shopping and dining on both sides of the border with the convenience of public transportation. Just west of the city lies Playa de Tijuana, where residents and visitors escape the busy city and enjoy the beaches of the Pacific Ocean.
Tijuana is a large city with balmy ocean breezes and temperate weather. Some of the more popular areas to live are Playas de Tijuana, Zona Rio, or a little farther south in Rosarito. Each location has good schools and allows you to step away from the busy streets and tourists that visit Tijuana daily.
"Tijuana is a great city because of the warm weather and rich, diverse culture."
- Paul, Engineering Manager
Nogales, Sonora, Mexico
The charm and traditions of Old Mexico: Nogales is approximately 60 miles south of Tucson, Arizona, and 200 miles from Phoenix. This small city enjoys warm summers and cool winters, thanks to the high-desert elevation The nearby Gulf of California coastline boasts some of the most popular vacation resorts in North America.
Manufacturing represents more than half of the area’s economy and provides exciting career opportunities for many professionals in the engineering, and science/technology fields.
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