It’s America’s Heartland, and it offers just the right combination of things to do and deaf and hard of hearing jobs you could seek. Boasting no less than 85 states parks as well as a national historic site and three national wildlife refuges, Iowa offers access to beautiful natural surroundings. Of course, agritourism is big in the state, and you can find out more about the importance of farming and food by visiting such attractions as the National Farm Toy Museum, the World Food Prize Hall of Laureates, Iowa’s Dairy Center, and the Henry A. Wallace Country Life Center.
Iowa isn’t all about farming and natural scenery either. If you like a thrill in your day, then you could visit Arnold’s Park on Lake Okoboji, Fun City in Burlington, Adventureland in Altoona, and Lost Island Adventure Park in Waterloo. Other activities available include Amana Colonies, the Iowa State Fair, and Blank Park Zoo. Of course, Field of Dreams is also located in Iowa if you are familiar with the Kevin Costner movie.
From Des Moines to Cedar Rapids and from Iowa City to Ames, there are plenty of options for deaf and hard of hearing jobs throughout Iowa. And, remember, it isn’t just about farming in this fun and activity filled state.