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places to live in california, work laws in Ireland.
I lost my job. that shakeup has me thinking I might as well shake up my life too. Since my hair won't take another perm, I'm going to move somewhere.
I am very lucky that I do tech work (lan/wan/windows/exchange) so there are positions open anywhere I've looked. now I need to narrow down the specific cities and towns I should give a closer look to.
I'd like to live in a big town or city (no one-store towns) because of the happenings and good places to eat, preferably a city with a college or large cultural scene, year round decent weather since I prefer to use a motorcycle, and where the housing market has affordable places that aren't far off in the burbs. I'm so very over 60 minute commutes twice a day. Beach/park access would be nice as well.
So. what areas should I focus the job hunt?
also: IRE. I'm in the processes of getting my dual citizenship with Ireland. Anyone have expertise doing something like this to land a job? Anyone know what the local job markets are like now? Does citizenship in one EU state allow someone to work in others?