Work From Here!
Looking to get away from the big city? Looking for your family to spread out? Looking to work remotely…come Work From Here in Scranton! Read on to learn about Scranton, it’s amenities, living options and why you should Work From Here!
Scranton’s convenient location makes it the perfect City to live and work from. Live in a City with the feel of a small community and still just a two hour drive to Philadelphia and New York City. Looking to take a family beach trip? The Jersey shore is a few hours away by car. Scranton’s location makes it the perfect place to raise a family.
Looking to travel further? The Wilkes-Barre Scranton International Airport makes traveling longer distances convenient. No matter where you’re searching for, Scranton has the means to get you there! Live in a City with the benefits of a small tight knit community while just a two hour drive to Philadelphia and New York City. The short drive to the Jersey Shore is perfect for family vacations!
There’s always adventure awaiting you with the many hiking trails, bike paths, and parks! Go for a morning jog on the Lackawanna Heritage Trail, enjoy a picnic at Sturgis Park, or adventure into the Davis Trail at Nay Aug Park. There are many opportunities within and around Scranton to enjoy nature.
Scranton offers entertainment throughout all seasons. You can visit Montage Mountain all year round enjoying winter sports or music and wine festivals in the warmer months! The Everhart Museum is a wonderful community resource and the perfect place to learn about natural history, science, and art all year round. The Albright Library is another amazing place with many opportunities to get involved with classes and learn new things.
Scranton is teeming with diverse cuisine for all occasions. Whether you are looking for a full course dinner or a quick bite to eat, Scranton has the place for you. The City is filled with coffee shops, diners, and fine-dining. See the Downtown Dining Guide here.
In the News
Scranton, Pa., may be the best-known small city in America, yet outsiders don’t really know much about the city. The Washington Post
Scranton ranks 21st among ‘most livable small cities’ The Times Tribune
According to realtor.com®, Scranton is the third best place to work remotely during the pandemic in the U.S. By analyzing the 100 largest metros for access to high-speed internet (at least 250 Mbps), affordable home prices and a low cost of living. Read more…