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Old 02-08-2009, 07:22 AM
Location: Barrington,NH
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Hi everyone,
Just looking for some input on a move my husband and I might be making. As long as we sell or rent our house in NH and my husband finds a job we can move elsewhere.

I grew up in New Hampshire and I am looking to experience a place totally different. I do like a somewhat small town feel, mild or warm winters (little to no snow), I would probably do better with a dry heat, I do like the ocean but also enjoy mountains. We are also looking for an area with decent jobs in the IT field. My husband is a Manager of Software development at Liberty mutual. He could transfer within liberty but only to Seattle,WA or Northern Oregon.

I think I would like New Mexico but the job market doesn't look so good. We do have a two year old daughter. Houston looks like a good job market as well as Austin. Maybe Pheonix just not sure of the heat. I did visit once in July and the heat wasn't too bad.

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