Rhode Island USA: Discover the Best Places to Live and Work


The state is said to have been discovered in the year 1524, and Providence was created in the year 1636 by a man known to be a clergy who was once lived in Massachusetts Bay Colony Puritans but was exiled from the region. Rhode Island was the first of the original thirteen colonies to declare its independence from the British in the year 1776. On May 29, 1790, Rhode Island became the 13th U.S. state to have been admitted into the state union.

The State of Rhode Island is known to be located in the New England region of the country. The state shares borders with Connecticut and Massachusetts and a water border with New York's Long Island. The state is the smallest of the 50 U.S. states, with 1,214 square miles in land area. It is the 43rd most populated state, with approximately 1 million people in 2024, and the 2nd most densely populated U.S. state.

The state is known to be a major center for manufacturing of jewelry Electronics, plastic products, metal. Ship and boat construction are other major industries in the state. The health and medicine research industry, and the ocean environment are the non-manufacturing employment sector. The state is also known to be a wholesale distribution center for New England. Fishing ports in the state are known to be Galilee and Newport. The state also generates over a billion dollars in revenue yearly in the tourism industry. The state is also popular as it is known to be the summer capital of high society in the mid-19th century in Newport.

Rhode Island landmark includes Atlantic Beach Amusement Park, Known to be a recreational area, the building still retains the same structure and still owned by same family; Belcourt Castle, the castle is located in Newport and its open to the public; the Rhode Island state house which is the state capitol house, the building comprises of the Governor's office, the state general assembly, general treasurer, secretary of state and the lieutenant governor; The breakers, the four story building will cost over 150 million dollars if it was built this day, the building comprises of 70 rooms and a central great hall; The flying horse carousel, known to be the oldest carousel in the country which was built in 1876. Other landmarks include Old Harbor, Quaker Burying Ground, Lewis Family Cemetery, Hathaway Cemetery, Bliven Burial Ground.

Rhode Island is known to be the smallest state, but shouldn't be looked down on as the state is parked with lovely views, awesome cultures, and a place you should consider living in. Living in Rhode Island guarantees seafood as there are lots of them and mouthwatering dishes in various restaurants. The state beach is a no brainer, with nice views and environment and there are lot of beaches in the state to have fun in. There are tons of beautiful lighthouse in Rhode Island, they are scattered around the coast. The state is also blessed with Italian foods as there are lot of Italian restaurants with delicious pasta diches and pizza. The little state is surely unique, and you should consider leaving there.

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