Thinking about moving to San Diego in a year?

Can I have some input on it? Good places to live etc. My boyfriend is graduating with his bachelors in biomedical engineering next spring. Would it be a good place for someone looking for a job associated with biomed engineering? I would be finishing my last year of college at SDSU. We would be coming from Arizona. How do you think it would be compared to Arizona? Any input would be great! This would be my first time moving out of AZ!

Asked By: Andrea - 3/15/2008
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San Diego is a great place for a career in biomedical engineering. And as Pat D already described, much of that is due to UCSD and many of the various other research institutes it supports and partners with like Scripps and the Salk Institute. There are a lot of bio-tech businesses in and around the whole Golden... More
Answered By: Sav - 3/17/2008
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You would be better off moving to Silicon Valley where there are far more jobs for biomed engineering.
Answered By: tikiToEs - 3/15/2008
San Diego is a great city. I lived there for Four year while in the Navy and I am originally from California. The city is a big city that thinks it is a still a small town. The people are very friendly. It has great mass transit call the Red Car. There are great shopping areas like Horton plaza... More
Answered By: PhillyGuy - 3/15/2008
Here is a link that will give you far better information than anything you will get here. San Diego is a great place for a bio-medical career
Answered By: Citizen X - 3/15/2008
I wouldn't exactly call the Reader an excellent source of information for someone trying to enter the Biomed field, it's more of a alternative weekly owned by a hyperconservative guy who likes to fund conservative causes, but to each their own. The local legitemate daily newpaper is the San Diego Union Tribune which... More
Answered By: Pat D - 3/15/2008
One of the great things about living in San Diego is that it's close to any type of environment. If you drive a few minuets South, you're in Mexico. A few minuets North you'll be in the Mountains and driving West takes you to the beach. Its very diverse as well. There are tons of different immigrant communities... More
Answered By: Shirelle F - 3/16/2008
San Diego is a great place to live... More
Answered By: David M - 3/16/2008
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