It has become known as the Land of 10,000 Lakes, and although there aren’t quite that many in Minnesota, there are plenty of bodies of water. When it comes to metropolitan areas, most people associate Minnesota with the Twin Cities: Minneapolis and Saint Paul. However, when you begin searching for deaf and hard of hearing jobs in Minnesota, you will also find that there is much, much more to this state.

Of course, if you love shopping, then you absolutely must visit the Mall of America, which is home to over 400 different shops and stores. If you like animals and creatures, then you could visit Sea Life Minnesota Aquarium and the Minnesota Zoo or the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory. For the kids, there is Nickelodeon Universe. For those who love the great outdoors, there are 64 different state parks and 55 state forests as well as 548 state wildlife management areas. The Voyageurs National Park is also located in Minnesota as well as the Chippewa and Superior National Forests. This leaves plenty of options for spending time in the outdoors.

When you begin searching for deaf and hard of hearing jobs in Minnesota, then be sure to check Minneapolis and Saint Paul, Duluth, Rochester, and St. Cloud too.


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