Cupertino exudes the essence of the high-tech economy that drives it, although small businesses also play a part in the economic makeup of this city. Cupertino CA is more upscale and urban than some of its neighboring towns and communities. While its population has aged and many older residents have moved, Cupertino has shifted its demographic to younger families due to the superior performance of Cupertino’s schools.
Some employers in the area are technology powerhouses such as Apple Computing and Hewlett-Packard, yet many economic and job opportunities exist with smaller businesses, in the fields of services, restaurants, and sales.
Cupertino schools are great and better than the schools in surrounding cities. The city is located in the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains so there are lots to do for the outdoor adventurer.
DeAnza College provides education options both for residents of Cupertino, and those coming from outside the city. The city contains over h250 acres of park land in 14 parks, gives residents ample space to recreate. Many community centers also exist for recreation, such as the Sports Center, Senior Center, and Recreation Center. If you are thinking about moving to Cupertino, call StynesGroup Real Estate Services today for more information about this wonderful community.
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