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Old 04-15-2015, 02:47 PM
 
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Looks like a good reference. OK OP get with it and find out what you have to do. Time is a wasting.
Done. Went ahead and e-mailed them.
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Old 04-15-2015, 02:51 PM
 
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If your friend(s) work in Peebles and have connections to Cincinnati, I'd be willing to bet they have strong connections to GE.

Have you ever done purchasing? GE has a massive need for good purchasing agents in Evendale.
I don't know if they do, but I can certainly ask them.
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Old 04-15-2015, 02:54 PM
 
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I would also check out the downtown casino for employment opportunites, as well as all of the colleges, universities and hospitals in the greater Cinci area
My friend has a few connections at UC. I can ask him if they look for employees on a regular basis.
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Old 04-15-2015, 03:02 PM
 
Location: Mason, OH
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I don't know if they do, but I can certainly ask them.
Keep your spirit up, find a good job. I am sure as large as GE Evendale is they will also have an in-house nurse's station, probably with a doctor also. Definitely keep all your options open, but I really liked the idea of Pharmacy Technician, perhaps because it just sounds sexy.
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Old 04-15-2015, 03:19 PM
 
Location: Cambridge, MA
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If your basis of comparison is Salt Lake City, I suppose Cincinnati sweeps all the criteria including Question 5. But with friends in a fairly far-off place as the basis for settling there, why not look around in Columbus also? The distance to cosmopolitan Peebles isn't that much greater, and the various "communities" you count yourself a member of could be larger in C-bus.

I guess the main question is, why even look at fly-over/backwater cities to begin with? Maybe it's some twisted sense of adventure that leads a person to a place where one or two stores in an entire metropolitan region carry foods from "home." Or an "inner diversity trainer" is begging to be let out, to enlighten those who will openly assume you're a "Moo Slim" - not nicely - every day.
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Old 04-15-2015, 03:33 PM
 
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If your basis of comparison is Salt Lake City, I suppose Cincinnati sweeps all the criteria including Question 5. But with friends in a fairly far-off place as the basis for settling there, why not look around in Columbus also? The distance to cosmopolitan Peebles isn't that much greater, and the various "communities" you count yourself a member of could be larger in C-bus.

I guess the main question is, why even look at fly-over/backwater cities to begin with? Maybe it's some twisted sense of adventure that leads a person to a place where one or two stores in an entire metropolitan region carry foods from "home." Or an "inner diversity trainer" is begging to be let out, to enlighten those who will openly assume you're a "Moo Slim" - not nicely - every day.
Okay, I'll answer.

I'm considering moving to Cincinnati, because my religious teachers live in the area, and it's much easier to receive training/lessons face to face than over Skype (although it is very possible over Skype/chat). However, since I have friends in Peebles, who are more than willing to help me out, I could stay with them and have them as employment connections.

Conversely, since the job market is a bit better in SLC, I think I need to keep that an an option as well. Student loans don't pay off themselves.

Also, "Moo Slim". Really?

Although, to be fair, Columbus could also be an option.
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Old 04-15-2015, 03:35 PM
 
Location: Mason, OH
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Wow, about as dumb a post as I have ever seen. I believe the OP said was a religious Hindu. If that is synonymous with Moo Slim you come from part of the world I do not. We all recognize the current conflicts, but I do not wish to push problems from them on people from different cultures.
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Old 04-15-2015, 05:56 PM
 
Location: Clifton, Cincinnati
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Wow, about as dumb a post as I have ever seen. I believe the OP said was a religious Hindu. If that is synonymous with Moo Slim you come from part of the world I do not. We all recognize the current conflicts, but I do not wish to push problems from them on people from different cultures.

Have you ever known Goyguy to post something constructive? Seems all he knows how to do is spend time bashing places he claims to no longer care about. OP ignore anything you see posted by him, the rest of us are more than happy to assist you finding a place that will work for you. I'd say stay closer in to the city and you will have an easier time of it. If you want to feel close to your friends, I'd recommend looking at Eastgate (which I believe a previous poster stated has a Hindu temple). 20-45 min to downtown depending on traffic. Easy access to Peebles via 32 as it goes right out to Adams county, though someone else could probably enlighten you as to how close to Peebles it actually gets as I've no idea.

I will say the farther you get from the city, the more conservative people will become socially, religiously, and politically. Bear that in mind while deciding where you will want to settle in.
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Old 04-15-2015, 06:20 PM
 
Location: Mason, OH
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Have you ever known Goyguy to post something constructive? Seems all he knows how to do is spend time bashing places he claims to no longer care about. OP ignore anything you see posted by him, the rest of us are more than happy to assist you finding a place that will work for you. I'd say stay closer in to the city and you will have an easier time of it. If you want to feel close to your friends, I'd recommend looking at Eastgate (which I believe a previous poster stated has a Hindu temple). 20-45 min to downtown depending on traffic. Easy access to Peebles via 32 as it goes right out to Adams county, though someone else could probably enlighten you as to how close to Peebles it actually gets as I've no idea.

I will say the farther you get from the city, the more conservative people will become socially, religiously, and politically. Bear that in mind while deciding where you will want to settle in.
Great post. Simply says there are many people in Cincinnati who LIVE here and would like to see you have a good life here. Just stick with the positives and you should be swell.
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Old 04-16-2015, 12:39 AM
 
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Yeah, I'm not sure why anyone would call a Hindu a Muslim, but a few seconds of Googling says that a Sri Vaishnava is someone who believes that Vishnu is the top Hindu deity.

Peebles is right on route 32, but it is three counties away, albeit the narrow way across the counties.
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