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21 years old and wanting to move to San Diego, any advice?

I'm 21 and graduating college in May and wanting to move to San Diego, but I'll need to find an appt. and job, so I need to to know how much money approx. I would need to do move. And also what are the best areas to live for under 1000? Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks

Asked By: donnie_darko - 5/1/2007
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I just love San Diego I lived there for three years and loved every minute of it. I was very sad to leave. They call it the best city in America for a reason. The cost of living in CA is very expensive, even more so in southern CA. You might want to try looking into some of the suburbs in San Diego you can find “... More
Answered By: surfjax32 - 5/1/2007
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That depends a lot on what kind of job you're looking for. I looked to move there out of college, and there were few entry level positions for my area of study, so I ended up taking a job elsewhere. My personal opinion on the best place to live is the Pacific Beach area. It's majority people your age with a great... More
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Answered By: unity2178 - 5/1/2007
 
There are nice, relatively cheap studios in PB. Also Chula Vista, National City, and San Ysidro are pretty cheap but isolated. Apartments in Hillcrest and North Park, and even Mid-City are nice, urban, and pretty cheap. City Heights is pretty dangerous but you can get a cheap apartment there, and it is central to a lot... More
Answered By: Angelacia baybeeeeee - 5/1/2007
 
I just moved here a few months ago, i pay 870 for a studio in the kearny mesa area of san diego.
Answered By: jc06 - 5/1/2007
 
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