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Old 12-19-2011, 12:45 PM
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I'm planning to move after I graduate uni, and I'm wondering where the best place to live is. I live in the Phoenix, AZ area, but it's difficult to enjoy my time here. I'm stuck in jobs unrelated to my field (English Lit), and I'm interested in moving to an area with job prospects, museums, libraries, theaters (not a multiplex!), and bodies of water.

I want to move to the Olympic Peninsula (an area in Washington) or to Washington D.C. because I know I'd love them. However, I'm finding it hard to make a choice. Does anyone have suggestions on things to compare between the two or other places that might fit my criteria?
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