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I would like to move to Maine, how can I make that happen?

Hello everyone, I'm a 22 year old from Brooklyn, NY. I've lived here all my life and I absolutely hate it. I hate the noise, the lack of nature, the rude people, and the city life. I've always dreamed of living in a small town, where people know each other and are friendly and caring. Here is my dilemma. I do not have any college degrees as of yet. I currently work as a mental health instructor in a special ed school, but it took me a long long time to find this job. I eventually wanna get a degree in that field and make a career of it. However, I don't know if i can move to Maine w/o any degree whatsoever because I heard it's quite expensive. I also have a good apartment with an affordable rate, so i'd hate to lose that. Anyway my main question is, does my current situation allow me to get up and leave? or is it more realistic that it will happen in 8-10 years, when I have a more established career?

Asked By: - 9/26/2012
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Maine is more affordable than Brooklyn. I have no clue what the requirements are to get a job as a mental health instructor, nor what type of facility your looking for. I'd suggest you contact human resources at a place like Sweetser and find out what your options are. http://www.sweetser.org... More
Answered By: Fester Frump - 9/26/2012
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get a job first then move.
Answered By: old school - spuds to you - 9/26/2012
 
I suggest taking a vacation up there, looking around, getting a job, and then go back to turn in your time. It might take 2-3 trips to get something, but it might just be worth the trouble.
Answered By: Clark S - 9/26/2012
 
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