Most people that live in Bloomington drive to work, but there is a public transportation system in place. On average people commute about 20 minutes to work, which is lower than the average of Minnesota as a whole. Bloomington has more jobs per capita than Minneapolis and Saint Paul. The job fields vary from retail to healthcare, manufacturing to education, technical services to real estate, accommodation to construction and much more. There are many different types of jobs, which is one of the big factors that draws people towards Bloomington. Not only are there a lot of jobs and a variety of houses, but the school system in Bloomington is also pretty good. On average Bloomington has about a 90% graduation rate from high school.

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Bloomington, Minnesota is the fourth largest city in the state. It is located in the heart of the Minneapolis/Saint Paul Metro. It is located about ten miles south of Minneapolis in Hennepin County. You can find a variety of housing options in Bloomington. For example, in the western part of the city you can find upper-tier housing while in the most eastern area you can find some more traditional middle-class housing. If you're looking for apartments, condos, single family homes or townhomes, you can find them in Bloomington.

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