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The City of Carmel is situated in Hamilton County, in Clay Township, a little to the north of Indianapolis. Among the fastest growing urban centers in Indiana, this dynamic city was named the best place in the nation to raise a family, by Forbes Magazine. The award-winning schools, superb health infrastructure, clean air and top rung quality of life, combines with thriving businesses and safe, family centric neighborhoods to create a community that is a pleasure to live and work in. In addition, superlative planning and controlled expansion aim to encourage growth and education, while preserving the essential vitality of the community.
Carmel's reputation for safety and family orientation attracts not only a high quality of residents, but also encourages the arrival and growth of top class businesses and corporate employers. The area is dotted with exceptionally high achievement schools, which gives employers a highly trained and educated workforce they are eager to tap into. Carmel also enjoys the arts and its over-70,000 residents enjoy the convenience of superb connectivity, a vibrant culture, unique shops, fine restaurants, and 800 acres of green spaces including many parks and trails. An "on the move" city with a national reputation for traffic control and low crime, Carmel offers the perfect mix of residential areas with shopping, arts, entertainment, work space and business opportunities. The recent past has been marked by a strong weathering of the economic problems faced worldwide, and the future looks bright. Growing and thriving successful businesses, ample community involvement, and strong city planning, make Carmel a great pleasure to live and work in.
The richness and strength of the city, and its community, reflects in the schools in the area, and not just in the neighborhoods, and family organizations. It has an excellent public school system, with a high level of scholastic, athletic, and artistic achievements among its students. While in school they score consistently higher than both the state and national levels on their SATs, and that's not all. Year after year, Carmel students prove their outstanding abilities. As much as 95% of these students at high school level go on to continue their education either at college or professional courses. The school system includes Carmel High School, Carmel Junior High Clay Junior High, and many elementary schools.
More than just a great place to live, Carmel is also a great place to do business. As a result it is the preferred base for numerous insurance, finance, and real estate companies. Other major employers include nationally-recognized hospitals, medical centers, and a few business giants. Some of the largest corporate names in the US, from Delta Faucet, to Thomson Consumer Electronics are among the city employers. It is also the National Headquarters for Conseco, Pearson Education, and Midwest ISO, and headquarters of ITT Technical Institute. The thriving business community can be attributed to the conditions within the city, and has such an impact, that today, more people come to work here than the total number who actually live here! Carmel's Meridian Corridor is the second biggest concentration of office workers within the state, with a majority of mid-sized and small companies, and ranks as one of the best business addresses nationwide. Carmel attracts companies who are looking for educated employees, good infrastructure and a high level of quality of life.