Should I go to New York City (manhattan) and work? Is it a scary place?

I am a country girl and have been offered a job in NY you think it is a good place to go? and where you suggest staying near Hudson Street? My company told me to locate accomidations near that area.

Asked By: LenaRose - 7/21/2006
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Grab the opportunity to live in NYC. I did and I've only had joy working and living here... More
Answered By: JILL - 7/24/2006
Additional Answers (11)
I'd live and work there in a New York Minute
Answered By: car_craze_gal - 7/21/2006
stop watching movies..its fine..lovely..expensive but lovely...
Answered By: Melz - 7/21/2006
NYC is the safest big city in the country. You are, statistically speaking, more likely to be involved in some kind of crime in Orlando, Florida then you are here... More
Answered By: joelfeig - 7/21/2006
The experience of New York is something that will reflect on your resume. Working a year in New York is equivalent to putting 5 years of job experience else where on your file. Besides the positives to your career, there are the benefits to you personally... More
Answered By: Chinese Cowboy - 7/22/2006
NYC is not a scary place... yes there are some neighborhoods you should avoid but its relatively a safe city to live in... More
Answered By: WongFeiHung - 7/22/2006
not at all scarey; we have birds and bugs too. and a pretty country girls like you will make lots of friends
Answered By: Wizzard2 - 7/22/2006
hahaha New York is sooo not scary!
Answered By: Paige G - 7/22/2006
I've lived in both, Manhattan and the country... like real country, and I think it would be extremely intimidating for a country girl like yourself, especially if you are already hesitant. I guess all I can say, is you'll never know what something is like until you try it. I was terrified of living in the hills with a... More
Answered By: Stephanie S - 7/22/2006
It's not scary at all. I used to work on Hudson street, in TriBeCa (first office was harrison and hudson, the second was just outside the Holland) I lived in Clinton (Midtown West) and took the train to work everyday. Shoot me a message if you want to hear more, there's too much to type in this little box.
Answered By: rsantos19 - 7/23/2006
You should.
Answered By: bound2success - 7/24/2006
You should move to Amsterdam, that's one smokin' town.
Answered By: STEVE - 7/26/2006
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