Internet and TV services in Oregon, Ohio

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What does Movearoo do for you?

Moving doesn’t have to be stressful. You can actually look forward to moving day when you get help from Movearoo! With moving guides, information on home services, and helpful resources, Movearoo provides a wealth of guidance that can save you both money and time. If you want to find great TV and Internet packages from some of the most well-known providers in Oregon, look no further than Movearoo.

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Finding a TV Provider in Oregon, OH

These days, there are so many ways to watch TV that it’s not hard for most Ohio residents to find both the latest hit TV shows and their old favorites. What isn’t so easy is finding a TV service that offers the features you need at an affordable price. Fortunately, there’s Movearoo. Movearoo can help you find a Oregon TV service that lets you:

  • Keep up with the top programs on Netflix, such as Sense8
  • Stream your favorite classic movies, like 12 Angry Men, as well as today’s hottest flicks
  • Surf the web faster than most Oregon residents’—whose average download speed is just Mbps

Moving to Oregon

Moving is a big life decision, and finding a new home can cause a lot of anxiety and stress. With that in mind, it’s important to consider regional factors for your new area like the job market, crime rates, the relative safety of your new neighborhood, and whether your new city is growing or shrinking.

We’ve put together some info on a few things you might be wondering about Oregon:

  • In Oregon, the average household income is $50494
  • The unemployment rate among Oregon citizens is currently 11.70%, which is above the national average of 5.5%
  • Oregon is experiencing a -6.87% growth rate in its job market
  • Oregon’s police department handled 0 violent crimes last year
  • Close to 3.40% of the city's population work from home
  • Around 5.60% of Oregon residents are self-employed