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Old 10-21-2012, 02:56 PM
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Boise has too many lawn guys, a job in that area in lawn care might get you 12/hr and laid off for the winter, which is why I moved away from there this spring and came to alaska.
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Old 10-21-2012, 08:47 PM
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Thanks for the info. I'm still looking for a job in the area.
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5000 in the whole state, or in the area I mentioned? Honestly, for now I am just looking for a decent paying job. I'll figure out whether or not I want to continue doing business or not later. As far as the lifestyle.. Is it as conservative as I'm hoping? This state has a law for everything you can think of.. no joke. I need some more freedom in a conservative based area.
no offense, but the main problem with idaho is (especially the area you are moving into), is that everyone FROM california has already moved there, lifted their leg, and urinated on everything... it's very very california-ized.
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