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Thinking of moving to a new city-NEED ADVICE

Hi! I don't know if anybody's gonna read this but I'm desperate for advice. I just graduated from college and now have to start "adulting". I'm thinking of moving to a new city, particularly Tagaytay. I think it's perfect for me cause it's urbanized(lots of businesses and job opportunities) but it isn't as crazy as manila or qc. Does anybody here have any idea about the situation in Tagaytay in terms of rent expense, living expense, etc. or even just a general idea about moving to a new city? Ang major concern ko is yung rent expense kasi I'm not sure if may mga boarding house, room for rent or paupahan. Any advice would be welcome. http://www.pinoyexchange.com/forums/images/smilies/smile.gif


  • This period, after finishing college, is at the same time hard and important, a very important stage in your life. After college, I think it is better to find a job in the same town where you studied. You're already used to it and it will be easier to find a host, even for a long period. My son finished college a year ago and he had to move from California to Texas, of his own desire. To be honest, even now I cannot understand why he moved, we took care of him here. But we cannot put ourselves between him and his dream, we had to resign and take care of the moving at least. Eagle State to State Moving (https://eaglestatetostatemoving.com/movers-from-ca-to-tx/) provided a wonderful moving service, a big thank you to them. He never complained about his new life but I think he does that because of the pride, I know how difficult it is to start a new life, in a new town, after college.

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