Relatively few here in shape or on the bleeding edge when it comes to fashion.
Which is fine but middle of the road looks similar to most cities are the norm.
Did great in school, graduated with a 4.0, but neglected the incredible social opportunities I had back then. Would be great if I could take what I know now/ the confidence I have now, and go back in time 5, 6, years, unfortunately that's not possible. I still like the Phoenix area a lot, and would consider moving back there next year if I could find a good job. No, I would rather NOT live in NYC, unless if there were plain no other options-- just brought that up because I took a trip there recently and it's an example of how everywhere is not all the same. What I'm interested in learning, is compared to where I'm living now, and compared to other choices of places I could move to, would Phoenix be in improvement, the same, worse, or just different?The job market varies tremendously depending on what city you're talking about...Some forums can only be seen by registered members.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.I don't have that vast network of friends, since the people I grew up with have all gone their separate ways. Also, NYC has a very different mix of ethnic/racial groups than Denver; Denver, like much of middle America, seems to be dominated by white people of northern/central European descent-- NYC is much more diverse and has a huge mix of people from all over the world.