is florida a good place to move to after college?

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Answer #1 | 29/12 2013 00:16
No,You should be careful about this matter.
Answer #2 | 29/12 2013 00:28
So, every place you mentioned is more conservative than average. If that fits you, fantastic. But being from the Northeast, you are going to need to adjust, wherever you are. Florida is like two different states -- the bottom half is socially liberal, speaks more Spanish than English, has an unbeatable party scene, and is like one huge city. Northern Florida is very conservative, older, people tend to voluntarily segregate by race but respect everyone, only the inner cities have crime (and anywhere in Orlando or Daytona Beach), people work for a living, few homeless outside the inner city, and they have seasons, of a sort. Jacksonville area is lovely and might be what you're looking for; St. Augustine is beautiful and you also have the beach. North Carolina is amazing. The triangle (Raleigh Durham) is one of the most educated areas in the whole US. Crime is very low, with the safest city in the US there (Cary). It's a mixed area, politically and racially, though most who are liberal are the type who care about people rather than the type who are just lazy takers. They have jobs, and people expect each other to work. Nevada is miserable in the summer. The proverbial "nice place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live there." If you love the heat, it's interesting. There is more government land in Nevada than anywhere else. Arizona is a good place to live, if you like the dry heat. The people are self-reliant and expect you to be the same. A lot of gangs in the cities, but the suburbs are beautiful. Take a look at the economic forecast here: Might help you narrow things down.

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