Internet and TV services in Thousand Oaks, California

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Finding a TV Provider in Thousand Oaks, CA

California residents enjoy a wide variety of entertainment options, making it easy to find both new hit shows to watch and your long-time favorites. What’s hard, though, is figuring out which providers offer the features you want at a price that makes sense. That’s where Movearoo comes in. You can count on Movearoo to help you find a TV provider in Thousand Oaks that allows you to:

  • Watch the latest releases and Netflix original series, including Narcos
  • Stream anything from recent releases to classics like Casablanca
  • Get faster download speeds than 61Mbps (the average for most Thousand Oaks residents)

Moving to Thousand Oaks

Moving to a new town can be an exciting adventure, but it can also come with a few challenges. Regardless of where you’re moving, it’s natural to want to do a little research into the safety and crime statistics of your new city, the economy and job market, and more.

After researching Thousand Oaks, here are some of the important things we learned:

  • Typical households in Thousand Oaks bring in about $93042 per year
  • The rate of unemployment among Thousand Oaks residents is 8.60%. To put that into perspective, the national average is 5.5%, putting Thousand Oaks above the usual trend
  • The local job market in Thousand Oaks is growing at a rate of -6.07%
  • The Thousand Oaks police department filed 139 reports of violent crimes last year
  • Around 6.30% of the population of Thousand Oaks works from home
  • Around 11.60% of Thousand Oaks residents are self-employed