There’s more to be discovered in this city by the lake
Connecture is located in Waukesha, just 15 miles west of the heart of Milwaukee’s Downtown.
Milwaukee blends small-town character and big-city excitement into a way of living that captures your imagination and sparks the desire to put down roots.
Southeastern Wisconsin offers a wealth of business and social opportunities, so while you’re working hard, you can play just as hard. Milwaukee’s diversified economy is built on a firm foundation of high-tech, service, and industrial jobs, and the area’s rich ethnic heritage has spawned a variety of annual events and award-winning restaurants.
Downtime in Cream City
From May through September, the city buzzes with an assortment of activities that will satisfy even the most selective. Parades, music festivals, ethnic celebrations, church socials, bicycle races, sailing regattas, block parties, and art fairs are just a few events that will capture your interest.
Sports fans can take advantage of local professional basketball, baseball, soccer, hockey, and arena football games, or enjoy collegiate sports, such as Marquette University and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s basketball teams as they battle their NCAA opponents.
If sports and festivals aren't your thing, Milwaukee also boasts a symphony orchestra, one ballet and two opera companies, a repertory theater, experimental theaters and several nationally recognized dance troupes. It also has several acclaimed museums.
For the nature lover, there are more than 15,000 acres of parkland in Milwaukee County alone, including ample hiking, biking, and rock climbing opportunities within a short drive.
Top 10 for technology
Not only does Milwaukee have something for everyone, but Forbes magazine has named Milwaukee as fifth of Top 10 Up-and-coming Tech Cities, indicating both the growth trend of Milwaukee as a city and how much your personal technical career can grow in this exciting location.