Before moving to any location where you know that you are going to have to be employed to live,it is vital that you first, at least check out the job market, and if possible go ahead and secure employment.
Of course this is a free country and any one can move where they please,''providing they can afford to,'' but as a general rule, I would advise folks who must work full time,or have older children whom must work, do not, I repeat, do not move to the area or areas where you spend your vacation time ! The reason, or rather reasons I say this are quite simple. Many of America's favorite vacation locations, are rural regions which besides often having unuqe geographic and or climatic features, which make these areas favorable to visitors, are in fact so favorable because of the fact that they are rural, and thus not extinsivly developed.As a matter of course, as the former visitors whom must have employment, move to their favorite vacation location, that location must be increasingly developed if for no other reason than to provide employment oppourtunities for those former visitors whom are now residents. It is almost a garuntee that the features which make a rural vacation area, vacation worthy,will either be destroyed or or greatly diminished once development in that area reaches a certain point.This folks is precisly what is happening right here in Western NC,and it is one of the primary reasons the natives here seem to have a problem with new comers; and when you look around and see what is being done to this place, I can not say I blame them for the attitude ! James
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