Explore Albuquerque, NM

Are you looking for an exciting career in the space industry? We invite you to explore what life is like as a team member at a.i. solutions in the city of Albuquerque. Explore just some of the reasons why Albuquerque should be on your radar for the next step on your career path.

Location: Albuquerque


Albuquerque is the most populous city in New Mexico. Also known as “The Duke City” and “The Burque,” it has one of the highest elevations of any major cities. Albuquerque is known for its International Balloon Fiesta, New Mexican cuisine, and as a paradise for hikers. There are four casinos within 25 miles. Hop on the historic Route 66 and tour a regular on the top 10 places for families to live. The economy of Albuquerque centers on science, medicine, technology, commerce, education, entertainment, and culture outlets. Since the 1930s, New Mexico has been the site of groundbreaking scientific research. Scientists and research organizations come from all over the world to New Mexico, and specifically to Albuquerque.

Restaurants + Nightlife

Albuquerque nightlife includes an active downtown entertainment district with live music every night, as well as the lively Nob Hill neighborhood home to an eclectic mix of bars, breweries, restaurants and dancing. With over 200 restaurants, Albuquerque is best known for its New Mexican cuisine which is based on native ingredients such as corn, beans, squash and chiles, and it incorporates Mexican, Native American and Spanish flavors.

Family Fun

Albuquerque is known for the International Balloon Fiesta, which is the world’s largest gathering of hot-air balloons. It is also home to the New Mexico United Soccer Club, many zoos and nature centers.

Outdoor Activities

Albuquerque and the surrounding mountainous terrain are a paradise for hikers and bikers. Containing 291 public parks, not only does Albuquerque have one of the highest elevations of any major city in the U.S., it also has its own volcano! With a number of outdoor markets within the city, you’ll have plenty of options to buy fresh produce and other local crops.

Landmarks + History

New Mexico is home to 23 Indian tribes and Albuquerque hosts the largest pow wow at the Gathering of Nations each year. Along with a multitude of museums and cultural centers, the city also houses over 100 art galleries and studios.