Consistently ranked as a top place to live by Money magazine, Madison, Wisconsin, is a unique hybrid of vibrant, culturally-inquisitive small city, and comfortable, family-friendly Midwestern hometown.
We're equally home to farmers markets and Friday fish fries, and to the mindset that spawned The Onion and the studio that produced Garbage, Smashing Pumpkins, and Nirvana hits.
A center of world-leading medical and biotech research with the University of Wisconsin, Madison is an international crossroads. From our own University Research Park offices (between a restored prairie grassland and the UW Vet Sciences cow pasture), we support projects from the NIH in Washington, to KAUST in Saudi Arabia. The people in our office are similarly diverse. Yes, we have onsite yoga. And yes, we field a highly competitive co-ed softball team.
Located on an isthmus between lakes Mendota and Monona, Madison is a playground for bikers, hikers, sailors, and rowers. In winter, there's skiing and skating, and ice fishing in the shadow of the state capitol. Madison has more restaurants per capita than any other city in the country, a thriving downtown arts district, and year-round Big 10 sporting events. We're home to American Family Insurance, Epic Systems, CUNA, Trek Bicycles, American Girl, and Lands' End. 75 miles to Milwaukee. 150 to Chicago.