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Old 06-25-2012, 12:19 AM
 
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Hi I am a 20 something female who is going through a divorce. I have lived in the Minneapolis area as well as OC California. I grew up in in MN, and HATED it. Hated the winters...which lasted 6 months. Loved California. Just looking for something new for a new phase of life. I will probably end of moving back to CA eventually. I am not a night life person - I love exercising and nature. I want to live by the ocean and am considering 2 main areas right now - Wilmington, NC and Charleston, SC. I have never been to the south east coast. I have 2 small dogs which I am obsessed with. I am willing to take any job that pays decent. I have a masters in clinical psychology but am not opposed to taking administrative assistant jobs - or jobs that don't have much meaning to me, just for low stress and experiencing a new place. Suggestions? Or ideas on other cities around here?
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Old 06-25-2012, 06:19 AM
 
Location: Sneads Ferry, NC
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Suggestions? Or ideas on other cities around here?
Why not just go back to California if you loved it so much? The summer weather here is significantly humid, so please visit to see how you tolerate it. The job supply is limited and low-paying. You are competing with thousand of local college graduates for the professional jobs. Wilmington has some nice amenities, but it's the only urban area for a large surrounding, realatively rural area.
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