Fairway Park is a neighborhood in Hayward, California with a population of 8,880. Fairway Park is in Alameda County. Living in Fairway Park offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Fairway Park there are a lot of parks. Many families and young professionals live in Fairway Park and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Fairway Park are above average.
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Fairway Park Reviews
Well my career aim is academia so personally how competitive and unappreciated/underfunded it is (particularly in the Arts) creates more of the problem with seeing the job market in a positive light rather than the area. Though I do find those who aren't aimed towards computer sciences, engineering or medicine struggle a lot more to find something that is relevant to their skill sets, pays a decent living wage and isn't absolutely despised.
Access to quality medical care comes down to insurance not to area, great hospitals and facilities are nearby but if you don't have decent coverage having them in the area isn't overly helpful. It's a great area in terms of nearby gym/recreation facilities at decent prices, and while near most city amenities is also near a lot of wildlife options for hiking/camping/etc.
The area is pretty friendly to both pedestrians and bikes other than when you hit a construction zone which has been more of a problem in recent years than when I originally moved into this area. People definitely speed too much though, which probably attributes to about 90 or more percent of the accidents.