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Old 08-04-2012, 06:01 PM
 
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Im a 26 year old AA male nurse currently residing in Norfolk Va were I have spent my entire life and i feel its about time for me to move on an experience somewhere diffrent. I have 1 year left before i finish my masters degree and become a Nurse Practitioner. Im single and do not have any kids, Im very open minded and don't have any political, social biases or isms. Im currently trying to decide on which would place be a better fit for me atlanta, charlotte, or san diego. All seem to have ample job oppurtunities in my career field a decent night life, sports attractions etc. Just looking for some input on nursing jobs/pay in relation to cost of living, dating/social scene, and just the overall vibe of all three places.
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