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Hello there! I'm going to be graduating college fairly soon and have been thinking of possible places for future relocation. I was also wondering what the cost of living is like in Atlanta; would I be ok? Aside from that, I guess I'm just curious as to what a 20 somethin like myself would be able to do while living there. Thank you for your help!!
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Atlanta is a great place to just coming out of college. First plus on the list is the fact the winters are short and sweet. Atlanta does get snow but rarely. We can go 3-4 years no snow then fifth year we will get flurries. Seems every 9 or ten years we can get 6 inches or so. There is one negative in and around Atlanta, the traffic is crazy. For instance my commute is 30 miles and on average during regular rush hour is a 3 - 4 minute mile. It takes me anywhere between 90 to 120 minutes to get to work! There are highways here that average 6-8 lanes either side of the highway. Overall a great place to live!
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