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Looking for good non expensive area in California to move to any ideas?

I'm planning to move to California with my friend and we are looking for an area that isn't infested with crime that is near jobs dealing with gaming and environmental jobs that isn't so expensive as well and by that I mean a two bedroom that is under or close to $1000. I know California isn't cheap but these prices are ridiculous. Also anyone know of websites I can find for apartments? My friend is looking for jobs in the gaming industry such as gaming apps for mobile devices and video games and I'm looking for a job dealing with soil sampling and plant research. I found one apartment in Oakland but I hear that's not a great area.

Asked By: - 2/24/2013
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When you say a job in gaming industry that sounds like working in a casino. If you mean designing applications that is the IT industry or web design. You should look in San Jose and you can live in Milpitas a small town near by that is cheaper or Morgan Hill which is nearby. There are many small towns in rural... More
Answered By: Flower - 2/24/2013
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while my beloved California is also inundated with illegals, nice places can be... More
Answered By: kemperk - 2/24/2013
 
Gaming = you can look at a map and see all the gaming establishments in California. Most of these are American Indian owned and the tribe members make up the management team. Your other option is Tahoe and driving into Reno for work... More
Answered By: A Hunch - 2/24/2013
 
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