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Old 10-10-2008, 01:15 PM
 
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Hi,
I will be graduating with an MSW from UNC Chapel Hill School of Social Work this May. I am actively looking for new and exciting places to relocate within North Carolina and I am wondering if any of you out there can give me the low down on Wilmington and the coastal area. I have narrowed my choices down to either the Wilmington area or somewhere in the Mountains near Ashville. So I am having a hard time making this decision. My biggest concerns are diversity, economy, opportunities for social workers (direct practice w/children & families) and of course....nightlife and general fun things to do. I have been living in Durham for many years and I like the feel of a college area that has a diverse and open-minded feel to it. Any info/advice that you can give will be greatly appreciated.
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