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"Choosing a city to call home could have an impact on how much money you make."
True, however, you must also look at the cost-of-living, it could be higher/lower than where you live now.
And those are some of the most expensive cities to live in! So do they really "pay" more?
I live in the Wash DC/Va area and the cost of living is very high. Maybe not NY high but my county (Loudoun Va) is considered the wealthiest in the country. Most if not all of the higher paying cities listed here are high cost of living areas. I'm more interested in a low cost of living area where I can make the same salary I make now as an RN without the commute that many of my colleagues have to tolerate.
A milder climate would be really nice too!
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