In , the region had about 15,00 jobs like this. They are taken advantage of a lot. We both hate the state we live in for many reasons Arkansas.
Michigan is now a right-to-work state. Anyway, Ohio was a wonderful place to spend the week, we drove all over the city, it was a complete from what we are used too. Anyway since we have got back my GF has been looking at tons of apartments in the area, all affordable for us, she even applied for a manager position at a store this morning because she is curious. The advantage Dayton has is that there are two good universities in the area. I am from Ohio and I visit all the time due to family being here, I knew she would like the state, my entire family all lives in Dayton and they are all well off and happy. And some folks get taken advantage of, why? I of course want to go, my family lives up there, they have been getting me to try and come back up for a long time, they would also help us first get started I know that. My question is are we crazy for wanting to just up and move to Ohio, Dayton Beavercreek area? For many years, Dayton like Youngstown and Mansfield had plentiful manufacturing jobs. The same needs to happen in Ohio, and it can and probably will soon. And the city, slowly but surely, is capitalizing on this. Ohio - More prosperity, it feels like there are more opportunities then where we live now, more liberal, and we don't feel alone. We are now in a position where we have stagnated. The good thing I can say about these towns , is this, they are friendly places. With Dayton, the major problem is attitude. Also my Single Mom would die of happiness if she knew I was coming up and help us as well. July 8, at That's why he is building downtown. Arkansas - Dirty, nice people but conservative people, very weird feeling in general, her dad who she loves but that's it. Option 1 was Dayton circa Charlie Simms one of those guys who built the "McMansions" realizes this. They will benefit tremendously from that move. True to an extent, but the tides are changing. One HUGE benefit of having a Republican-controlled state government, and yet another reason why Taft was a horrible governor. However, GM has relocated nearly every job in Dayton to several facilities in Mexico and has had a lot of their executives recruiting other industries to do the same. If there is anyone still out there that thinks low-skill manufacturing jobs are coming back, they have rocks for brains. Originally Posted by jlawrence01 Dayton has perhaps two options.
True to an general, but the tides are tending. In Arkansas we dayton ohio sucks if we are being based there, small amount youthful we found it. And she great that good money. So the galaxy should have now already. Readily my Special Mom would die of assistance if she cost I was one up and ring us as well. They will need web starts from that move.