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I desperately need to find a state with jobs and cheap apartments, any advice?

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Question by : I desperately need to find a state with jobs and cheap apartments, any advice?
I am 23 and a sophomore in college, I am dead broke and I have a part time campus job that helps me buy food. I am tired of living like this. I have no medical insurance, hardly eat, wear the same clothing everyday, live on dorm because I cant afford an apartment…etc

Times are really hard for me and Memphis has NO jobs. I wanna move to a state where there are jobs available. I dont mind putting college on hold until I get situates on a new state.
Right now money is more important than college to me, I am actually sick right now and I cant afford to pay $ 250 to see a doctor; I am just tired of living like this.

Any advice?

My dad says he will send me $ 3000 to assist with the move, hopefully that would be enough to relocate to another state and find a job. I would just move in with my dad but he lives in NYC and thats worst than Memphis.

I tried rejoining joining the military but no branch is taking prior service at the moment


Best answer:

Answer by IZombie
Use the 3k to live and finish college. Keep searching for a better job meanwhile.
Putting off college is rarely the correct answer.
Look further into financial aid both in college and out. (you can qualify for low income help)

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2 thoughts on “I desperately need to find a state with jobs and cheap apartments, any advice?

  1. Wanda says:

    San Antonio Texas is still booming. Its a nice place to live and although its the 7th largest city in the country it’s spread out and still has that small town feel. Lots of stuff to do around here from the Rodeo that’s going on to seeing hockey games to spurs games.

    As for jobs there’s plenty to be had and you can get an apt pretty cheap or get into a roommate arrangement to get something nicer.

    Lots of friendly people and lots of places to go around San Antonio and the Hill Country. Two large lakes near by Canyon Lake and Medina Lake. After you’ve established yourself here as a resident you can
    apply to UT or Texas A&M that’s building a school here also so you get resident tuition fees after a year.

    Sorry your sick but if you don’t have money go to a free clinic or the county hospital to get medical help. They cannot turn you away.
    Since you don’t have money for medicine they can help you out there also. Why aren’t you on your Dad’s insurance if your still in school?
    You can also get some food stamps if you don’t have any money.
    Your Dad could wire you some money to a Western Union to get you some medicine or food.

    Check with your school counselor or since your in a dorm isn’t there a head dorm person and let them know you are going hungry and you need help. Reach out to your friends and also call some local Church’s
    who usually have food banks that can provide you with some groceries.
    Don’t be afraid to ask for help. There are people out there willing to help but if you don’t ask they won’t know.

    Good luck Sweetie and I hope you feel better.

  2. NOLA guy says:

    New Orleans was not hit by the recession as badly as the rest of the country and rents have returned to normal (cheap) since their spike after Katrina.

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