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I am planning to move to Boston in February with my wife and two children,. I want to know is this a good time?

I am planning to move to Boston in February with my wife and two children,. I want to know is this a good time to move to Boston, especially to look for job and apartment? I have an associate degree in Culinary Art, look for cook position or chef kitchen assistant. Is there more job opportunitys in this position in Boston.

Asked By: - 12/14/2011
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I agree with Hank entirely. Plus February is usually the WORST weather of the whole year. Snowy and cold. Maybe not so bad if you've got professional movers, but schlepping furniture up an icy front stairway while trying to keep a grip on it through thick gloves as a freezing wind whistles around me is not my idea of... More
Answered By: Melissa E - 12/14/2011
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The Boston area has been hit by the recession quite a bit less than most of the USA. Still, my own observations eating out suggest that things are slow. And, of course, after Christmas is the slowest time of the year for restaurants. I suggest that you come alone to look for a job and once you have one bring your... More
Answered By: Hank - 12/14/2011
 
February until March is like the worst weather in Boston! The snow is horrible here. I think you won't have any problems finding a job though, there are so many restaurants around here. good luck!
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Answered By: Britney - 12/14/2011
 
Find a job first. Move in April or May. Do Not move in February, it is so cold and so snowy and there are blizzards. Moving is impossible. No one who lives here would ever think of moving in February.
Answered By: Wishuponastar - 12/15/2011
 
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