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Old 03-10-2009, 06:24 AM
 
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I'm a 25 yr old single male. I am thinking of moving to NC. I work in financial services/investments. I've heard that Raleigh and Charlotte would be the best for a single, young professional. I'm trying to figure out where would be the best area for me. Are specific areas (Charlotte seems to be broken up in to lots of sub sections) for someone like myself. I'm looking for a place I can find a job, somewhat cheap housing, and nightlife that consists of people around my age. Thanks.
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Old 03-10-2009, 10:55 AM
 
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Make sure you have a job first. Don't expect to find one here. There are 42 other states that have higher rates of employment than NC does.

There is no cheap housing, but your definition of "cheap" needs to be explained. What is cheap in Boston might be expensive here, who knows?

You would like Glenwood Avenue area near downtown.
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Old 03-10-2009, 11:50 AM
 
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Make sure you have a job first. Don't expect to find one here. There are 42 other states that have higher rates of employment than NC does.

There is no cheap housing, but your definition of "cheap" needs to be explained. What is cheap in Boston might be expensive here, who knows?

You would like Glenwood Avenue area near downtown.
Your reference to Glenwood is a joke, right?
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