Living in Minnesota and Wisconsin
Build your career and community within a 30 minute drive of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area.
Thinking about relocating?
Join us in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area. We’re the 16th biggest metro area in the country, and home to around 20 Fortune 500 companies. With that comes theaters, international cuisine, microbrews and family-friendly activities. You’ll find a range of living environments: from urban to suburban and rural.
Four seasons of adventure
Minnesota and western Wisconsin have four distinct seasons to enjoy. We consistently rank among the nation’s top 10 places for active and healthy living. Spring, summer, fall and winter offer skiing, boating, bike trails, block parties and brewery crawls. You’ll find thousands of lakes and lake homes.
Raise a family
Kids and adults alike will enjoy life around the Mississippi and St. Croix rivers. You’ll find clean and plentiful drinking water, and safe parks and playgrounds. Kid-centered activities and STEM camps keep kids’ minds busy and growing. Explore suburbs like Bloomington, Minnetonka, Edina and Stillwater.
Education and health care
Let’s be honest. Great health care and education matter a lot. And, the Twin Cities metro and surrounding area are proud to have both. We have great public schools and well-ranked higher ed. You’ll find biotech and medical device companies alongside health systems.
Theater and eating out
Walk along the Mississippi River to brunch. Or get a meal from a James Beard Award-winning restaurant. Attend an evening Broadway show, and grab a drink with live music at an eatery or rooftop patio. Visit the Guthrie Theatre or Hennepin Theatre Trust websites to see what shows are worth planning your night around.
Sports and entertainment
If there’s a sport you enjoy, there’s a team for it here. You'll find hockey and baseball, football and college sports, soccer, marathons, cycling and more. Our stadiums double as entertainment venues. Check out the lineup at Xcel Energy Center, U.S. Bank Stadium and Target Field.
Most people in Minnesota and Wisconsin own a car. But, trains, light-rails, buses and bike trails also get you where you're going. The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is a short drive away from most HealthPartners locations.
Hear from our team
After living in Florida, I had some trepidation about winter. But as the mother of two hockey-loving kids, I’m on board. I’ve embraced the seasons.
Arden Hills, MN
This area has a lot of great health systems. And, HealthPartners is definitely a great among the greats.
Saint Paul, MN