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Old 04-02-2018, 05:54 AM
 
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I think what he was saying is that, if he's really talented in his field he'd be able to make a larger impact in the epicenter of modern day technology, as opposed to other cities that don't have the same impact on the tech world.
Technological advances aren't relegated to the Silicon Valley or Seattle as much as they self-proclaim, and given the digital world we live in it's rather provincial to suggest otherwise.
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Old 04-02-2018, 07:15 PM
 
Location: Cleveland
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The West isnít affordable, at least not the desirable areas where job markets are hot. Just because someone is young, doesnít mean they can ďaffordĒ it as you say, most 21 year olds donít have $1 million for a home ready to go.
That is exactly what I thought 30 years ago, so I stayed in the Midwest. I didn't realize at the time I was letting a financial barrier get the best of me. Others did not, and it worked out well for them. If you have ambition and want to work hard - go west young man/woman.
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