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Old 02-19-2008, 08:33 PM
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Being originally from Charlotte, a 28 y/o single, African American myself I'd say that Charlotte is ideal for you to an extent. I'm still learning about Raleigh, hoping to relocate there. But not from Charlotte, from OH. I think that Charlotte has a lot to offer the young professional, but it is also very family oriented. It's not Atl by far, which in my mind is a city dominated by singles. I think you just have to make sure you give Raleigh it's due time. I'd just hate to see you move to Charlotte and it's not what you expected. There are other things to consider with Charlotte, and a top one to me is crime. Crime is pretty bad in Charlotte. Another thing is that while I think you could do well in Property Management in Charlotte, Charlotte is very banking focused. While some see that as a good thing, the banks basically "run" the city in a sense in my opinion. While there are plenty of things to do, you'll tend to run into the same people if you do a lot of things uptown. It's still a smaller city. But overall, I think it's a great city for a young person, just not the perfect city. Point being, I think that when relocating, a place is 90% what you make of it.
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Old 04-02-2008, 08:44 PM
 
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What are good nursing places to work in the Charlotte area? I work in medical intensive care as a RN-BSN. I want a nice place to work with alot of younger people. I also would like to work normal hours or at least stay away from the night shift. If anyone has any info, let me know. I'm from Ohio.
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Old 04-02-2008, 08:48 PM
 
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What are good nursing places to work in the Charlotte area? I work in medical intensive care as a RN-BSN. I want a nice place to work with alot of younger people. I also would like to work normal hours or at least stay away from the night shift. If anyone has any info, let me know. I'm from Ohio.

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Old 04-04-2008, 08:53 PM
 
Location: metro ATL
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Skip both and move to Atlanta.
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