Moving to Columbus, Ohio.. wondering how the area is?
I have a job opportunity to re-locate and work in Columbus, Ohio.. I was wondering how the area was in terms of safety, things to do, places to live, and just how the area is overall. I am a 21 year old female, just out of school. I would really like to accept this job opportunity but I would like to know about the area first.. any input? Any comments would be appritiated, thanks :) and I am also currently living in Madison, Wisconsin
Asked By: - 10/12/2009
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Columbus is by far the largest city in Ohio. It's the 16th largest city in the U.S. and the 24th largest combined statistical area, but only the third largest combined statistical area in Ohio after Cleveland and Cincinnati... More
Answered By: seeking answers - 10/16/2009
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Where are you currently? Columbus is a medium/large sized city, so it has its good areas and its bad areas. Of course, it's the state capital as well as home to Ohio State University. If your new job is west of Columbus itself or outside the I-270 loop, most areas are just nice suburbs. You should be fine as long... More
Answered By: Dottie R - 10/12/2009
it's pretty nice. i used to live there about 5 yrs ago. lots of concerts and it's pretty safe. but i didn't like living there, my brother loves it tho.
Answered By: tay. - 10/16/2009
columbus is a nice neighborhood. nothing like all other major cities like cleveland and chicago where at night the only bad place is near the OSU campus even that is not as bad as cleveland
Answered By: Gary - 10/16/2009
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