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Offered a great job but I have to move to San Diego...what can I expect the lifestyle to be?

I was offered a great job that is almost 4 times my salary now but I have to move my family to San Diego and all the things I know about San Diego are the obvious ones such as weather and beautiful scenery. I would love to hear what the cost of living would be vs. Michigan. I would also like to know what the lifestyle is out there. I understand that everyone chooses to live whatever lifestyle they want but I have a 17 month old son and plan on having more kids while I'm there. I don't even know all the questions to ask but if anyone could pass on any advise about San Diego living I would really appreciate it. Thanks for your responses in advance!

Asked By: L-Train - 11/3/2012
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San Diego is one of the nicest cities in the country. It's a major tourist destination and there are tons of things to do. With 70 miles of beautiful beaches, countless parks and gardens, major league sports, dozens of golf courses, world class museums, Tony Award winning theater, great cuisine, best weather in the... More
Answered By: Joe C - 11/5/2012
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it's gonna be a lot more expensive than michigan...for example the average cost of a 1 brdm apt in a nice area is about $1200 or so.
Answered By: ZooDoo - 11/3/2012
 
The cost of living is significantly higher than Michigan but it all depends on how much your making and if you have other sources of income, like does your spouse work too? If you alone will be making at least $50,000-$80,000 a year then I think you'd be okay... More
Answered By: James Jordan - 11/3/2012
 
Life style is a bit pricey, but San Diego has a very fun, youthful, active, and outgoing environment. I know you would fall in love with it right away, it is so beautiful and the weather is always amazing. I would recommend living in the downtown area for the "social life" if that is your thing. Yet living downtown is... More
Answered By: Jennifer - 11/6/2012
 
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