Archive for the ‘Corporate Housing’ Category
Monday, January 12th, 2015
The new year ushers in new beginnings galore. Not only do you get to buy a brand-new calendar, you also get to start over with promises to yourself. These resolutions can be both big and small. Stick to a fitness routine. Resolve to finally clean out the garage. Buy a house. Travel to Cambodia.
And when it comes to traveling for work, you probably could stand to make a few more promises to yourself. Maybe you always forget a hairbrush. Perhaps you always leave a few items behind in your hotel room. No matter what, these travel resolutions will help you have better trips. Enjoy!
Monday, September 29th, 2014
The good news is that your company is expanding and opening another branch. Who knows? Maybe this will mean another hefty raise for you when the new year rolls around. But the downside of this is that you might be displaced for a while. After all, moving is stressful. You’ll be in a brand new environment adjusting to everything around you. If you’ve moved to a new city and are working at another office branch, you might want to consider temporary housing before committing to a more permanent setting.
Monday, September 22nd, 2014
With an economy quickly transforming into being more and more dependent on independent and freelance workers, the demand for consultants is as high as ever. Consulting can be a rigorous and taxing job with long hours and a daunting travel schedule. But the good news is that there are many ways to make life as a consultant pain free and enjoyable.
Monday, September 15th, 2014
Relocating for a job can be many things. It can be exciting if you’re the type that loves to be in new cities all the time. It can be a real drag if this is your fifth time moving in the past year, and you’re a homebody. But some professionals experience relocation way more than usual. If you’re in one of these fields, be prepared to move to advance your career.
Monday, June 30th, 2014
‘Tis the season for amazing festivals, conferences and conventions. Fortunately, we got the insider’s scoop on your conference’s choice housing options from PC Housing, experts in stylish, short-term housing solutions. Read on to take a look at some of the biggest conferences, festivals and conventions this summer.
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Tuesday, May 6th, 2014
Education hasn’t been the brick-and-mortar industry it once was for quite some time. Now that high end universities are offering top notch online degrees and all colleges and universities are actively seeking professors and students from around the world, the odds that you could end up in an unfamiliar city for your studies or job is at an all time high. Finding a housing solution that is both flexible and comfortably chic has been a priority for traveling professors and students. There are a number of reasons why PC Housing is the ideal place for professors, professionals and students of every level for all temporary, and long-term housing needs.
Monday, March 3rd, 2014
When you’re staying in an unfamiliar city for an extended period of time, it’s always a good idea to check out what the surrounding area has to offer in terms of entertainment. Luckily, spring is the perfect season for all sorts of outdoor activities to get your mind away from the office. Whether you think it’s lucky or not, the majority of the US has an abundance of snow, which means skiing and snowboarding is off the wall this year! Plus, because of all of the winter storms chances are there’s a slope near you that’s just begging for a visit.
If you’re a ski or snowboard enthusiast, or just want to enjoy a cup of cocoa in the lodge and have a weekend getaway in a cabin in your temporary city, there are plenty of nearby mountains to several PC Housing properties for you to choose from. Here are the top 5 winter resorts for you to check out.
Monday, February 3rd, 2014
Let’s say your job gives you a two-month long assignment in a city far from home. Yes, you’ll probably be excited about being in a new place, but it’s easy to miss home too. If you find yourself longing for the comforts of your own abode when you’re away, consider temporary housing at PC Housing. Ideal for the business travelers and vacationers alike, PC Housing offers cozy dwellings with plenty of amenities. And let’s face it – even the swankiest of business class hotel rooms are still just hotel rooms at the end of the day.
Wednesday, January 29th, 2014
Washington, D.C. is home to more than half-a-million people, and it’s not hard to see why so many call the nation’s capitol home. D.C. has top-notch museums, plenty of green space, steady employment and a growing restaurant scene.
Thursday, October 17th, 2013
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One of the great perks of relocating temporarily for work is the opportunity to see new places and experience new cultures by becoming a local rather than just a tourist. Getting acquainted to a new place as a long-term guest gives you the chance to really soak in the vibes in a way that you simply can’t achieve as a short-term visitor, and few industries lend themselves to this lifestyle better than healthcare.
If you’re a healthcare professional looking for a contract in a new location that provides industry opportunities as well as off-the-clock activities, there are few cities more accommodating than San Diego. Hotels may dot the coast from Imperial Beach to Oceanside, but if you prefer the feeling of really coming home at the end of a long shift, consider PC Housing for your San Diego housing needs.