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Old 02-28-2007, 09:48 PM
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I recently visited the raleigh area looking for homes with a realtor in differnt locations , Cary,Holly Springs.Apex ,Fuquay Varina and parts of Raleigh
all very nice locations and homes I fell in love with North Carolina instantly
I'm from Long Island and I'm currently a Senior Collector with a large health system the North Shore Long Island Jewish Hospital but I didn't have a chance
to search for jobs in any of the locations i'm interested in . Would it be difficult
to just start from scratch and wait till I move down or should I start searching now for one thing I would think that with my current N.Y. address employers wouldn't be interested since they need to hire right away , how is it usually done
for relocaters like myself that don't have a job transfer .
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