The relatively modest and stable living conditions make for a great place to plant your roots and either work in town or commute to one of the nearby cities. Should you be coming in with the intention of finding work, the list of Bellflower's top employers is a diverse one. Places like Kaiser Permanente, the Bellflower Medical Center, Time Warner Cable, and K-Mart all employ large numbers of locals. With so many other options in the surrounding region, you'll be able to secure something that suits your skillset. If you're coming to live in a suburb, you're probably either bringing a family with you or are considering starting one in the near future. The Bellflower United School District gets the young ones through grade school, while the many college campuses in southern California are available for higher education.

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If you are on the market for a new home, and a bustling suburb on the United States' west coast is something that appeals to you, you might consider visiting Bellflower, California. Located in Los Angeles County, this six square mile city of over 77,000 inhabitants has a host of different living options available. Most condos and houses are one story earth-toned places with two or three bedrooms and sizable yard space for kids to enjoy. As long as your budget is between $200,000 and $300,000, you'll find something to suit your needs.

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