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@ Marshall: there are a lot of online resources for stuff like that; average pay, rent, unemployment rate, crime rate per area.
-http://www.bestplaces.net/crime/?city1=50816000&city2=52970000 for comparing crime rates of different cities
https://www.crimereports.com/ maps block by block of any city showing reported crimes. Interesting and insightful.
City-Data.com Full of geographical data and statistics on crime, cost of living, climate, hospitals, schools, and air pollution
United States Department of Labor: state by state unemployment percentage and other info: http://www.bls.gov/lau/
Chambers of Commerce
(found the following on some site)
“The local Chamber of Commerce can be an excellent place to start looking for a job in a new area. They have the listings for all of the businesses in their area. They also have job listings and maps available. You can visit them online, call them, or visit them in person when you are in the area. Their representative's advice can be invaluable help for your job search. They can give you the tax information for the new area as well as local business statistics.
The World Chamber's of Commerce Directory has listings for every Chamber of Commerce in the United States and worldwide.”
Bureau of Labor Statistics (nationwide stats on pay & # of jobs)
http://www.bestplaces.net/search/default.aspx?q=springfield%20mo city by city cost of living home cost, population, etc.
http://swz.salary.com/costoflivingwizard/layoutscripts/coll_start.aspx cost of living tool to compare areas you might move to with current location.
I see. When I was out there for Spill.con I had heard about the spikes in cost of living. What would you say that going rate for a studio or 1 bedroom apartment is going?
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