That year-round vacation feeling?
It’s just an Orlando thing.
No matter if you’re a thrill seeker, arts aficionado, foodie, super fan or shopaholic, you could spend every waking moment playing in Orlando and still feel FOMO. From legendary theme parks, water parks, rides and attractions to spectacular museums and world-class entertainment, and from the multitude of sports and recreation options including four professional sports teams, over 100 top-rated golf courses, miles and miles of walking and cycling trails, to dining and retail offerings vast enough to fill more than 900 American football fields, Orlando has something for everyone.
Things to do
Your Bucket List just got longer.
It would take about 67 consecutive 8-hour days of fun to experience all of the theme parks and attractions in the Orlando region. And that’s not even counting the free things to do.
Turn work into play
Find Your Dream Job in Orlando
Here, you’ll find Fortune 500 companies, dozens of diverse industries and the fastest-growing tech scene in the U.S. Orlando is innovative, forward-thinking and talented—and we have a career path for everyone.
Company: Golf Channel
Industry: Innovative Technologies, Digital Media, Entertainment
Company Size (Employees): 500-1000
Top Job Categories: NBC Sports Customer Specialist, Web Engineers, Operations EngineersVisit Careers Website
Full Sail University
Company: Full Sail University
Company Size (Employees): 1000-5000
Top Job Categories: Department Manager, Marketing Coordinator, Associate CDVisit Careers Website
Company Size (Employees): 0-50
Top Job Categories: Administration, Global EducationVisit Careers Website
Company: Timbers Resorts
Industry: Leisure and Hospitality
Company Size (Employees): 100-500
Top Job Categories: Accounting, MarketingVisit Careers Website
Industry: Sports Innovation and Performance
Top Job Categories: Directors, Teaching Pros, Facility Operations, Court SpecialistsVisit Careers Website
Orlando offers more than 35 colleges, universities, technical schools and private institutions as well as continuing education programs for workers sharpening their skills.