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Old 09-25-2008, 01:51 PM
 
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I am posting for help/suggestions. Any feedback is welcome!! :]

I am a soon-to-be college graduate. I currently live in West Michigan, which is beautiful (talk beaches along the Lk. Mich and rolling hills), but since I have no real ties to hold me back I feel like if I don't leave now, I never may. Colorado has always been near the top of my list, and lately Denver has become a focal point. The thing is, I have never been. I have nothing to go one but word of mouth.

I would be looking for a job in the marketing/management field (vague, I know), and would want to live near (if not in) the downtown area. I enjoy the night life, but would also love to explore out-door life that Colorado seems famed for. I am easy going and love to make friends, but am nervous about moving to a new city alone.

If you have any feedback or suggestions for me, I would really appreciate it!
Thanks!! :]
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Old 09-26-2008, 08:52 AM
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I'm in a different field, so I have no job hunting suggestions. However, on the other concerns, there is a wealth of information already on this forum. I would suggest a search.
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Old 09-26-2008, 10:47 AM
 
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Denver is great, but the job market (like many other places in the country) is bad. I am a semi recent college grad who has been looking for employment for months. Expect to be offered positions that pay $12-$15 an hour & may or may not have benefits. Total bummer. If you already have a job lined up, it would be a great place to move!
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