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Although it was named for the adventure book, Treasure Island at Golden Gate Bridge was built as a site for another 1939 World’s Fair (besides New York’s)  around the bridge after it was built. After the fair, the island became a US Navy Air Base. In the 21st Century, it is becoming a Special Events island, tourist spot, and high quality residential area. 

The island has its own zip code (94130)  and the Navy is turning over everything progressively to the businesses  and public that live on the island.  Many new homes are under construction as well. Jobs are available in Information Technology/Computers with the Federal agencies still on island, Teaching with the renowned charter school in construction and conversation areas, Accounting, Business Management and Analysis, Financial Advising, and others.  See the information at:

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