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Moving to Maryland with Cross Country Moving Company

 Are you looking to move? Change your job? Find a new place to live? We here at Cross Country Moving Company present you with this guide to help you decide if the state of Maryland is the right choice for you. It's hard to organize a long distance move, and we are just the moving company to make the relocation to your new home easier and more manageable. Here at Cross Country Moving Company, our representatives will help you get the best moving price estimates for your interstate move. And we can ensure the move is even more stress-free with our moving services which include:
-Professional packing services
-Moving supplies
-Long distance car shipping
-Residential/corporate relocation services
-Storage units

About Maryland

Maryland is located on the eastern seaboard and is one of the original thirteen colonies. The capital of Maryland is Annapolis, and its largest city is Baltimore. It covers an area of twelve thousand square miles. It has a population of six million which with its small area makes it one of the most densely populated states in the country. Maryland was the seventh state to ratify the United States Constitution, and it donated the land on which Washington DC is established. It is bordered by the US states of Virginia, Washington DC and West Virginia on the south and west, by Pennsylvania to the north and Delaware in the east.

Climate in Maryland 

Due to local variances in elevation and proximity to water Maryland has a very wide variety of climates. The eastern half of the state lies on the Atlantic Coastal Plain which has a very flat topography with sandy or muddy soil. It boasts a hot and humid sup-tropical climate with hot summers and mild winters. The northern part of the state has a cooler climate with more average snowfall, but very cold winters are rare. The west of the state has a humid climate.

Education in Maryland

 Maryland has a wide range of private and primary and secondary schools. In 2008 the state was praised for having the largest percentage of students who passed their advanced placement examinations. Maryland ranked first in its nationwide 2009–2013 Quality Counts reports conducted by Education Week. And it also ranked first on the college boards Ninth Annual AP Report to the Nation. Maryland has many historic and renowned private colleges and universities, the most famous being Johns Hopkins University. The first public university in Maryland is the University of Maryland, Baltimore, which was founded in 1807 and has the University of Maryland's only public academic health, human services, and also has one of the two law centers. We would like to mention a few of these esteemed institutions.
University of Maryland, Baltimore  
University of Maryland, College Park  
Towson University  
There are two state-funded institutions
Morgan State University  
St. Mary's College of Maryland  
As well as two federally funded institutions
United States Naval Academy  
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences 

Economy in Maryland 

According to the US Census Bureau, households in Maryland are the wealthiest in the country. In 2013 it had ranked first with the most number of millionaires per capita. Maryland's economy benefits greatly from its proximity to the federal government in Washington DC where they focus mostly on technical and administrative jobs for the defense and aerospace industry. There is also a lot of work in the bio-research laboratories. We should also mention that many work in the satellite government headquarters in the Baltimore-Washington area. There is a lot of highly diversified manufacturing, and the most typical examples are electronics, chemicals, and computer parts. Maryland is a major center for research and development in life sciences. With over 400 biotechnology companies situated there, Maryland is one of the largest centers specializing in this field in the United States. These include but are not limited to; the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Goddard Space Flight Center, the United States Census Bureau, the National Institutes of Health, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the National Institute of Mental Health, and the federal Food and Drug Administration.
Because of Maryland's proximity to DC, you won't have to bother with all the extra costs of living in DC. Many people choose to live in the more affordable Maryland and just commute to their workplace in DC. The economy in Maryland itself is among the best in the nation. There is a broad spectrum of job opportunities, specifically in the tech and trade industries.

Where to live in Maryland

Annapolis - This is the capital of the state of Maryland. It has a population of thirty-eight thousand, most of which are of European decent, the second most common being African Americans. Within the city, the top employers are the Anne Arundel Medical Center and the United States Naval Academy. Its climate is humid and sub -tropical. They have very hot summers and cool winters. There is generous rainfall throughout the year. Annapolis has several high schools of which, Annapolis High School has an internationally recognized IB International Program.
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Baltimore - This is the largest independent city in the United States. It has a population of six hundred and twenty thousand. It is the second largest seaport in the mid-Atlantic. There are more public monuments in Baltimore than in any other city in the country. Baltimore has a humid subtropical climate, with four distinct seasons. Winters are chilly but variable.
The inland parts of the Baltimore metro area are usually cooler, especially at night, than the city proper and the coastal towns.
Spring and autumn are warm, with spring seeing the rainiest days. Summers are hot and humid. There are unfortunately frequent thunderstorms during summer.
The city mostly relies on a low-wage service economy. But there is a rapidly growing tech sector in the city as well as thirty million square feet of office space. Almost a quarter of the jobs in Baltimore are in science, technology, and engineering.
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We hoped that this guide has helped you decide if the great state of Maryland is the state for you. If the answer is yes, then contact Cross Country Moving Company and start packing your moving bags. Our representatives will do their best to ensure that you have a pleasant experience on your long distance move. 

We move you anywhere within the USA

Cross Country Long Distance Movers are one of the top rated moving companies in the United States. If you are relocating to the State of Maryland and are looking for reliable relocation services, then Cross Country Movers will be glad to help. We have an exceptional reputation for providing the best services possible and aim to give you a stress-free, safe and impeccable move.
auto transport

We know how stressful driving long distances can be, whether it is for relocation purposes or other reasons. That is why we offer the best professional auto shipping services. With us, you can rest assured that your vehicle will be safe throughout its trip.
moving
We offer affordable cross country moving prices that depend on several factors. These include the size of your home or business, the number of items being moved, and the location of your destination. With Cross Country Movers, you won’t have to worry about any hidden fees and charges. We will provide you with a flat price estimate depending on your exact inventory.
shipping
Our movers have been trained to pack items professionally and efficiently. We use high-quality moving boxes and other types of customized containers to ensure that all your belongings are fully protected. Whether it is your dishes, chairs, gadgets, or artwork that you need packed, our professional packers can do it. 
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