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Q&A: Debating whether to move to Denver, Austin TX, or Raleigh NC. Any ideas or information on these cites?

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Question by nealspeal21: Debating whether to move to Denver, Austin TX, or Raleigh NC. Any ideas or information on these cites?
I am focusing mostly on Denver, but I am open to moving to another city like Austin and Raleigh. I am a recent MBA graduate who is looking to begin my career in marketing/advertising. I recently visited Denver and loved it, and have never been to the other two cities, but I would like to keep my options open. I am looking for a large downtown area with many restaurants and shops available to spend the entire day. Also looking for an active lifestyle with many outdoor activities.

I would love any information!!! Thanks.

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Answer by Tiger by the Tail
Denver probably has the most activities.

But let’s get real here – you go where the job offer is in this ecomony, so don’t rule out Boise, Omaha and Fargo – you may end up where you least expect it.

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2 thoughts on “Q&A: Debating whether to move to Denver, Austin TX, or Raleigh NC. Any ideas or information on these cites?

  1. Biff says:

    Raleigh has a lot of job opportunities and growth going on. Most of the Yahoo articles I have seen lately about “the best cities” and such tend to rank Raleigh in the top ten. In the downtown area you can easily walk to a lot of places that might interest you. And there’s nearby Cary and Wake Forest, which are more suburban but also offer many of the same amenities you mention.

    I’ve never been to Denver or Austin so I can’t speak for those.

  2. marci knows best says:

    First I would look for a job and move where the job was.

    Outdoor activities such as what? If you like snowboarding or skiing, Colorado is the only option. If you want ocean related water sports, Raleigh is the only option.

    All three are vibrant cities, but I am going to be honest here. Downtown Denver is more about tacky tourist shops, and chain stores than interesting shops and restaurants. I attended conferences in the other two cities but didn’t spend any time in the downtown areas.

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