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Old 12-03-2007, 11:20 AM
 
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Can anybody explain the job markets in California and how good they are especially for financial jobs. I understand LA, SF, Sacramento and San Diego but I was wondering if Riverside/San Bernardino could also be considered a distinct job market. How about Palm Springs/Cathedral City/Palm Desert, is that an OK job market?? If you live in a place like Temecula, would you drive all the way to SD for a job or LA? Both seem really far away. I was just wondering how people do it
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Old 12-03-2007, 11:27 AM
 
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Can anybody explain the job markets in California and how good they are especially for financial jobs. I understand LA, SF, Sacramento and San Diego but I was wondering if Riverside/San Bernardino could also be considered a distinct job market. How about Palm Springs/Cathedral City/Palm Desert, is that an OK job market?? If you live in a place like Temecula, would you drive all the way to SD for a job or LA? Both seem really far away. I was just wondering how people do it
All the areas you mentioned are mostly big-box and fast-food jobs. Most professionals commute every day through brutal traffic.
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