St. Louis, undoubtedly, has some very special things about it – overwhelmingly nice people, low cost of living, world-class healthcare systems, award-winning schools, a neighborhood for every kind, a distinctive foodie-vibe, and an emerging tech hub. It’s no Chicago, New York, or Los Angeles – but it’s not trying to be. Just a city rich in history with a well-rounded personality. Regardless of who you are, how many kids you have (or don’t), where you worship, what you eat, or what you like to do on the weekends – there’s a place for you in The Lou. St. Louis has been home to Nestlé Purina since 1894, and we hope you can call it home, too.
Like any other city, St. Louis certainly has it’s gems. But, more often than not, you have to do a little digging to find them. Next to St. Louis’ unique charm and host of free activities, this city’s natives and transplants truly embrace the convenience of being a ‘big small town.’
When given the option of relocating to St. Louis, I was cautiously optimistic. I’d heard maybe St. Louis wasn’t the most desirable, “happening,” or safe place to live. But, I was excited about the new job opportunity, and being from the Chicago area, I desired to stay grounded in the Midwest.
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