Info needed pls. Loveland, CO - page 2

by marshalbc77

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DH and I are seriously thinking of relocating in CO were are currently in So. Cali. We want to see mountains and snow and serenity. Looking at pictures of Loveland it looks so tranquil. We want to raise our children in a nice... Read More


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    Quote from Calzonan RN
    I know this is an old thread, but it applies to me so I thought I'd post to it. I am also looking to relocate to Loveland, Ft Collins, somewhere around in that area. I've been researching housing prices and it's a lot more affordable than where I"m at right now, but haven't been able to figure out how much typical utilities are (they're killing us here). Also, I was wondering about schools and that typical stuff. I'll be a new grad when I relocate (in about two years) and it seems like a lot of places don't hire new grads. I know the pay is a lot less than I'd make as a new grad here, but hopefully the cost of living makes up for that. Is Loveland 'family friendly'? Are the schools good etc, etc? Any info would be appreciated, it's easier to hear it from someone living/working there than to try and research it.
    Thanks,
    Keli
    I know this is really old but did you get moved out here? Loveland is both family friendly and the schools are good. Let me know how you like it here!
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    When I am filling out the form, would it be advisable to also apply for temporary permit while waiting for permanent licensing?
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    Quote from Revvy1337
    When I am filling out the form, would it be advisable to also apply for temporary permit while waiting for permanent licensing?
    No, I don't think so. I never had to. You can ask the BON though.
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    Is nursing sizzling or fizzing in the cities over there?
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    Quote from Revvy1337
    Is nursing sizzling or fizzing in the cities over there?
    It is very competitive to get hospital jobs - there are alot of nursing schools in northern CO.


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