I am a second career nursing student graduating in a year and am thiking about moving to Wyoming. Love the outdoors. Was curious as to how well can an RN live in Wyoming? I would really like to be near Yellowstone as my background is in wildlife/biology outside of nursing. However, it looks like you need to be a millionaire to live anywear near Yellowstone/Jackson. I would like a decent 3 bedroom home with a little landand not hear my neigbor when he/she sneazes and of course a nice view. Is this a pipe dream for an RN in Wyoming? Any feedback on the state, job market, and beautiful areas that area affordable. Thanks in advance for any help.
I am dealing with some personal issues, and I am just not free to pick up an move, not that I would not jump at the chance. I am not that far from Wyoming, as I live in Spokane, only about 25 miles from the Washington/Idaho State border, and less than 180 miles to the Idaho/Montana border.
I have checked mapquest, and Wyoming border is less that 1000 miles from me. I used to drive to McChord AFB in Tacoma for my reserve weekends (300 miles EACH way), 12 months a year, through 2 pregnancies, so I am used to driving long distances. I am retired AF Reserve, retired with the rank of Major. Veteran of Desert Storm.
I was hoping to visit Wyoming this summer, but plans fell through.
I am not giving up on my dream to move to Wyoming, so don't count me out.
I am working on fixing some of my issues, which would leave me free to relocate to Wyoming. The year is still young!
I will keep in touch, and let you know if my situation has changed. Thank you again.
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