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What Are the Best U.S. States to Live and Work in Now?
I graduated college a week ago, and I'm in the process of applying for jobs. I initially planned to stay in my home state, Georgia, but as of late I've been entertaining the idea of moving out of state. With that in mind, I'd like to ask all of you to voice your opinion regarding which state is the best one to live and work in.
I myself acquired a Bachelors degree in Sociology, but I'm sure other forumers here with differing work experience and education are curious as to which states are thriving. In the interests of making this a proper Debate and Discourse thread, I invite anyone specializing in different work fields to ask what locations are best for people of their desired profession.
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