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- Mar 16 by jescalynnQuote from MeriwhenMy husband refuses to move to a metropolitan area, maybe that will be a good thing (I just require a target within a 20 minute drive lol)Based on the trends I've seen here, you're more likely to get hired in rural areas than you would trying to crack major metropolitan areas.
- Mar 16 by whichone'spinkAm I happy in the state I'm in? When the 6 feet of snow in front of my house melts and I don't have to bundle up in layers of clothes just for a trip to the store, then I'll be happier. JK. But seriously, I'm pretty happy where I'm living right now.
- Mar 17 by NurseRiesQuote from jescalynnMove to Texas! No state taxes on your income, cheaper cost of living, I think the patients and employees there are pretty amazing. I worked in San Antonio for only 3 months at 4 different hospitals(travel assignment) and was very impressed with the respect you get from patients and the teamwork I saw among employees. I had been living and working in South Carolina prior to. You could live near Corpus Christi and be by the beach or move somewhere near Austin and get the hills and beautiful scenery. The weather there is mild. I would move there if I had any family or friends there but it's just to far away from everything for me.
My husband refuses to move to a metropolitan area, maybe that will be a good thing (I just require a target within a 20 minute drive lol)
- Mar 20 by KatieerinThe wages are lower than average but it is also untaxed state taxes and there's quite a few jobs with great benefits.especially around okc or tulsa.
- Mar 20 by KatieerinIn oklahoma ^