Tiger Hole/Secret Woods is a neighborhood in Jacksonville, Florida with a population of 3,690. Tiger Hole/Secret Woods is in Duval County and is one of the best places to live in Florida. Living in Tiger Hole/Secret Woods offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Tiger Hole/Secret Woods there are a lot of parks. Many retirees live in Tiger Hole/Secret Woods and residents tend to lean conservative.
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I Just moved to this beautiful place Secret Woods, It is a very quiet place and safe. Very close to everything just 2 miles away from St .johns town center, the neighborhood is very calm, and the people super friendly. I love it .
A local business hub in my area is Walmart. It has everything a person could need at a very reasonable price. I buy most of my groceries, school supplies, and other necessities there when I am in a pinch or I just need to run by a store quickly. I also love their eye care program, very cost effective and I am in and out in under an hour usually. The only problem I have with Walmart is the abundance of homeless men and women begging by the entrance and how some may get very violent. In our area we have a time set out when you absolutely should not go anywhere near the store or face a huge mob of belligerent homeless people. Despite that, I love having Walmart's convenience.
The job outlook for my area is somewhat poor. If you can land a job, then you are likely to keep that job so long as you work the way you are supposed to. However, there are so many people and not enough businesses to support them all. It is not anyone's fault for there being a stress on hiring, the economy in this area is very strict because it is not a rich area. Not many people have the leisure to spend a lot of money.