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Looking to relocate to a city with a high growth rate and great entry-level jobs. Any suggestions?
Willing to relocate anywhere in North America or the Caribbean.
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Dear Ms. “el”:
You reminded me of the “Tale of Two Cities”. No, not Dickens. The Fable. A traveler nearing a great city, asked an elderly man seated by the wayside, “What are the people like in the city?” “How were the people where you came from?”
I’d observe the a “high growth rate and great entry level jobs” is not the criteria to use.
Where are your friends, family, and personal contacts? There is where you will find the love and support to be “successful”. However you define it. If you go far away, you’ll be trekking back for the obligatory family functions. And, a strange place can be a lonely place.
If you’re looking for freedom and a culture of liberty, I’d call your attention to New Hampshire. Liberty lovers are moving there even as we speak. They have special outreach weekly meetings to help newcomers land.
So, if you don’t have those things where you are, then you might find them there.
Choose wisely. You could wind up like me “stuck” in Nu Jerzee.
Hope this helps, let me know now you make out.
Ferdinand J. Reinke
Kendall Park, NJ 08824
Just received word that this was selected “best by voters”.
Two votes among five answers.
Ten more meaningless points brings me to 590.
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