What should i look for when moving to another state?
ok so im a senior in high school. i am going to a local college for the first 2 years and MAYBE go to another college depending on my financial status. I want to move to new york after college but i want to start planning now. I want to know some of the basics to look for when moving to another state. What should i keep in mind and look for and research. Plz be serious and not give stupid answers. My ideal living place would be in the city instead of outside, but im willing to keep an open mind.
Asked By: Trinityvalues - 8/21/2012
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You want to look at the cost of living expenses in your target city - NY is particularly expensive. In addition to housing, food, utilities, transportation expenses and the like, you need to consider the state and local tax rates. You also need to know what the job opportunities and pay scales are for the type of work... More
Answered By: conley39 - 8/22/2012
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Since you're a student I'm assuming you don't have much money. You probably want to line up roommates so you can cut your living costs as much as possible. I would recommend Brooklyn as opposed to Manhattan. It's much cheaper, still very close to the city, and generally nice although it definitely has it's rough areas... More
Answered By: Jack - 8/22/2012
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