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College student from Texas
« on: January 02, 2013, 01:39:46 am »

Hey all,
Up until recently, I wasn't so sure about moving to NH (with all the cold weather and distance from family and whatnot), but I am seriously reconsidering the entire FSP. I think it may be a good fit for me (I like small towns, outdoors, liberty, freedom, low taxes, etc.).

My biggest concern, like many, is my future in NH. I am currently a college student studying kinesiology and health science. I will graduate in 2014, after which I wish to attend law school to study public health law (food and drug policy, specifically) and gain my Masters in Public Health through a joint degree program (which they have both here in Houston and in Boston). I would most likely try to work as a personal trainer/health advisor/health and fitness specialist to make it through grad school. I am relatively new to the liberty movement, although I am eager to be involved. I started the YAL chapter at my university, and hope to continue with that momentum.

Does anybody know the demand for PT/HFS in the area? Would it be best to stay home and finish school in Texas, then make the move? How hard would it be making the move fresh out of college? And does anybody know how the market is for the public health sector (this one is a long shot, I know)?


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Re: College student from Texas
« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2013, 08:15:10 pm »

I think moving to New Hampshire is best done when you haven't got a lot of strings attached, like right after school.

I don't know anything about your field, but I do now that in my experience all fields are easier to find work in in New Hampshire than elsewhere. Good luck to you!
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