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Where to live in Ohio . . .?

I'm thinking of moving to Ohio - they have a great school for children with ADHD and Aspergers. I'm wondering which of these cities would be the best to move to, in terms of financial security and job search as well as housing: Akron, Columbus, Youngstown, Lorain or Warren. Thanks!

Asked By: Mariella - 8/20/2009
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Columbus probably has the most stable economy of the cities you've listed as it's the state capital and also the home of Ohio State University, which is a massive employer. Columbus also is the state's leading financial center, as the state's massive pension plans are managed there and it's the home of several large... More
Answered By: seeking answers - 8/20/2009
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Columbus.
Answered By: I wanna know what it's like - 8/20/2009
 
I would NOT advise moving to Lorain, the job market in Lorain county is really bad right now. I would say Columbus as well. It probably has the best job market out of those plus the houses in the suburbs are very nice, yet still affordable. Columbus is probably a little bit safer than Akron and Youngstown as well.
Answered By: reagan w :) - 8/20/2009
 
I agree with the other post Columbus would probably be best. Youngstown is one big gangster town for real it is NOT safe there... More
Answered By: Miss 6 - 8/20/2009
 
you do NOT want to move to Youngstown... More
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Answered By: nikkki. - 8/21/2009
 
I vote Columbus. Great town, and it has the Buckeyes!
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Answered By: Question Guy - 8/22/2009
 
ashland or medina county are very nice i have reletives that live out there and it is so clean and relaxing to be there , stay out of cleaveland !!!!!!!!!!!
Answered By: dtucholski666 - 8/23/2009
 
Akron and Youngstown have unstable economies and are really run-down "has-been" cities... More
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Answered By: FireMedic_90 - 8/24/2009
 
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