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Old 12-18-2012, 02:07 PM
 
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I am looking to relocate to Denver from Dallas, Texas . I lived in Denver for a little over a year a few years ago and regrettably moved back to Dallas because I could not find employment. It was 2008 and right after an election so I felt it was circumstantial. How is the overall job market in Denver for a Administrative Professional that does not hold a bachelors degree?
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Old 12-19-2012, 01:19 PM
 
Location: Scottsdale az
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I am looking to relocate to Denver from Dallas, Texas . I lived in Denver for a little over a year a few years ago and regrettably moved back to Dallas because I could not find employment. It was 2008 and right after an election so I felt it was circumstantial. How is the overall job market in Denver for a Administrative Professional that does not hold a bachelors degree?
I heard Dallas Job market was pretty good, I guess you think Denver is a better city.
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Old 03-29-2013, 01:35 AM
 
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Denver is a tough market. It's a small place lacking Fortune 500/large scale companies - at least compared to what you are used too. Think satellite offices when you see a posting for a well known business. And don't discount the smaller firms or local flare. I'm in IT and a transplant from Cali. I have done decent but have always had to put in twice as much effort to get jobs and even had to accept the differences in what I used to do and how much I was paid. It's just a smaller market and you may have to look beyond your comfort zone. Times are still tough as well. Try revisiting your skills and see how they can apply in other areas. Reinvent. Good luck!
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