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possibly moveing to denver

So there is a possibility I could be moveing to denver. Nursing jobs in az are on a hireing freeze so my gf wants to move to denver for work. She's in nursing school now here in az but she's looking into hospitals and med centers in denver. Denver seems like a great city for a young couple like us. Weather in az sucks in the summer everybody stays inside and gets fat. Denver seems like it has a lot of activitys year round. Were looking at apartments in cherry creek next to the shopping center. The place were looking at got a walk score of 90 so that's huge for us. Any locals care to show some info on the denver area? We both love to snowboard as well


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Denver is an amazing city, but very very saturated with people in the medical field.

I know several traveling nurses that have landed here and decided to stay.

My advice to her is to become a traveling nurse, see the country/world, and then see where she wants to live.

And traveling nurses make big money

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