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Old 01-08-2010, 10:44 AM
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I'm about to graduate from college soon (in Tampa, Fl) and looking to move to either Orlando or Atlanta as a teacher. I have lived in Orlando before and have some family in Atlanta so I know a bit about both cities. However, I'm torn between which major city to move to and it's getting down to the wire where I need to start making plans. How do the cities compare for a single person and for the sake of hypothetical situations doesn't know anyone in either city? How easy is it to be social based on the cities activity offerings to meet new friends, how is the safety, job outlooks for teaching elem. ed, cost of living on a small salary in a safe neighborhood, and any other valuable information. Thanks so much, God Bless!
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