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How friendly of a state is Kentucky for college graduates?

I just graduated from college and I really want to move to Kentucky. I live in Cleveland, OH and it SUCKS!! I think the south is awesome and I really like Kentucky. How friendly is it job wise and life wise for newcomers? I'm 21 years old. Any advice or suggestions on friendly cities are helpful. IF KENTUCKY is bad how about TENNESSEE?

Asked By: Just a Random Name - 7/1/2007
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Kentucky...SUCKS! I wouldn't advise a move here. I'd suggest Tennessee or Texas, instead... More
Answered By: Multi Accented - 7/3/2007
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Small cities are the worse, they all seem political in Kentucky. Louisville is a large city, and I was told it is not too political. ( You may get a job) Kentucky seems to be very racist, and they have very few resources for low income level residents. I would not advise Kentucky for my residence. The Kentucky Derby is... More
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Answered By: mouses1 - 7/1/2007
 
The answer to your question is, people are Very friendly to college graduates in Kentucky. People in Kentucky are very friendly to anyone. It is the most "laid back" state I have ever been to and I have spent significant time in all of the lower 48 states through work. I live in Kentucky now and chose to move here... More
Answered By: alabamamudsnake - 7/4/2007
 
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