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What towns should I be leaning towards moving to in Pennsylvania?

Im 21 yr old, african-amer female, will be living alone for the first time independently. I dont know anyone in PA so I will be looking to meet new friends maybe join the local ymca. Ive never been to PA and I need to know which towns/areas would be best for me to live. Im from NJ so Im used to the city life I guess but Im also used to the suburban life as well. I am a security officer so I will wana be in a town or area that has plenty of security job opportunities( I work for Wackenhut Security in NJ so if anyone works there in PA your feedback is much appreciated)Where are they located in PA?? Basically I wana live in a suburban area within close reach to the city i guess, malls, restaurants things of that nature. I do not wana live in any wooded areas in close reach with any deers and things like that if u get my drift. Also i am looking to come out to PA to visit, look at apartments, drive around get familiar with the atmosphere spend the nite at a hotel but I dont know where I should look to station myself in order to do that. from what i hear PA is a pretty big state.Anyone who lives in PA/ has moved here from NJ plz help!!! Also are these apartment complexes in PA really strict on leasing to tenants with ONLY GOOD/GREAT CREDIT. My credit is kinda bad should I be worried that NO APARTMENT is going to lease to me at all?? I am willing to put down a bigger deposit if necessary.THANX IN ADVANCE!!!!

Asked By: LaLa - 7/24/2009
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Try starting in Philly and looking around the city and suburbs there. You'll find the most job opportunities there because it's by far the biggest metro. You might like the inner parts of the northern and western suburbs, they're still mostly urban and stand your best chance of avoiding wildlife. Places like the... More
Answered By: N - 7/24/2009
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