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I was wondering about they area that are good to live in. My family and I are planing on moving by summer time. I want to be settled by fall cause my oldest child will be starting kindergarten then. I plan on starting college when she starts. I am looking into essec county college. But not for sure. I am thinking about LPN degree or early childhood education. We also thought about north Carolina and Florida. I got family in new York but don't think I will live there because it is so expensive. Just trying to live in a decent area.

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Personally I would go with the Durham area in NC. It should be a bit cheaper to live and you have a great medical facility there where you could get your nursing degree. If you can go for a RN rather than LPN the difference in pay will be substantial. This is especially the case if you get a bachlors degree.

NJ will be just as expensive as NY from what I have seen unless you are a good distance from NYC.

Good luck with where ever you choose.

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I planned on getting LPN for now then going back when my youngest starts preschool or kindergarten. He turned 1 a few Weeks ago. but if I'm able to I would go for it all. Mg hubby bio-mom live out about 20 min from the beach in n.c. Where is Durham. We plan on taking a road trip in about a month or so to decide where for sure.

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Durham is farther inland near Raligh (sp?)

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Durham is farther inland near Raligh (sp?)

Raleigh and Durham are both super options, with lots of young professional, and only a couple of hours from the ocean. :D Or, if you are looking for a small community with a good hospital try Northeast North Carolina. RN's and LPN are always in demand around here.

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