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Old 07-01-2009, 10:40 AM
 
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I'm preparing to relocate to a big city and part of the preparation is deciding what I want to do work-wise. I would love to live in Brookyn or Seattle or Portland, but I'm still in the process of establishing a career.

Could someone provide possible occupations that would allow me to move to a metropolis like the ones that I have mentioned without a degree from a top university?

I'm hoping to have a masters degree in 2-3 years, but I'm not sure in what I want it. I'll be graduating with a degree in humanities, so I have options when it comes to applying to different programs.


Also, I would prefer to live in NYC. But if I can't make it there, I'll like to live in another cultural center.
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