What are some of the best cities for a 27 year old student to move to in the USA?
My criteria are friendly genuine people,low cost of living, culture, comparatively low crime rate, good night life, decent public transportation, good job market for enrty level as well as professional fields.These are a few of them. Thanks for so many replies everyone. My field eventually when I graduate would be Bio Medical Engineering and the city I was planning to move to is Denver but before I make that big move I wanted to get some feedback. I know entry level jobs are hard and low paying but some cities are better for struggling students than others. I have 2 more years to graduate. I know you find all sorts of people in cities. I have a hard time dealing with fake pretend people. What cities in your opinion do you find less of them comparatively. Do you all think Denver is an good city to move to? Any Denverites out there, give me some suggestions? I have lived in Houston ,Austin and Dallas. I want to try a different city. Places I am considering are Charlotte, NC, Denver, CO, Phoenix, AZ, Seattle, WA San Diego, CA Washington, DC Portland, Ore, Las Vegas, Nev.
Asked By: aboutime - 10/25/2006
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Try Austin Texas, great city ,reasonable cost of living,outstanding night life and out door activities, many companies to work for and good neighborhoods(not all but most). Great public transport.
Answered By: D'Arcy P - 10/25/2006
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Answered By: thegunz7304 - 10/25/2006
Every area of the country has it's pluses & minuses... More
Answered By: kja63 - 10/25/2006
I'm surprised to be writing this, as I know the housing market is insane, but New York might be your best bet, if anything, for the job market alone. You didn't mention what industry you're in, entry level pay is so low anywhere, that you just have to figure out where you might suffer the least... More
Answered By: charlenemcbride - 10/25/2006
My friend you need to move to New York City....they are neither of the things you are looking for but night life, transportation, job market, cultures oh New York have them all so go take a bite of the big apple...Good Luck
Answered By: Mersani - 10/25/2006
Boston, Massachusetts. A thriving city; all of New England at its doorstep; many universities and colleges; somewhere along the line, it picked up the sobriquet "Athens of America". Worth exploring further.
Answered By: ElOsoBravo - 10/25/2006
BOSTON MA. we have the best schools and Hospitals 2 ! And we party like it's a sport ! Ya Digggg !
Answered By: Last B - 10/25/2006
Austin sucks I moved here after graduation, lived here for 6 months I am working as a waitress... still. The employers here are the most rude people I have ever encountered. They never call to let you know you didn't get it, never call back. I hate this city and as soon as our lease is up were getting the hell out... More
Answered By: Tammy M - 10/29/2006
Yes,California I urge you to come. San Diego is beautiful and You will love California. We have all kind of Nationality and it is the best place to have family.We are very easy to get along and we take life very simple.Californian people are very kind and they treat everyone very nice.I was not born here but they think... More
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