Hey, all! I'm getting down to that point where I really have to make a decision on where I'm going to move to as soon as possible... As in, within a month, really. Problem is, I /really/ can't decide. Obviously there are about a million different factors that play into this decision that I need to weigh out, but I'm hoping some of you lovely people might be able to help me better understand the job market factor. ^^ Specifically, I'm deciding between the San Diego area and the Miami area -- and I say /area/ because I am willing to branch outside of the cities themselves, so long as I'm still within an easily commutable distance. For instance, I'd definitely consider Chula Vista and Kendall, and other similarly close areas. I'd possibly be willing to look a ways further, too, so long as I was still in a coastal area; if I'm in a place as hot as SoCal or SoFl, I require easy access to an ocean. xD So, I'm curious if any of you have any working knowledge of any of those areas. How's the job market for elementary education? If you know, how do the systems as a whole tend to be? Is there anything that stands out to you about either area being somewhere you would never want to work (or, alternatively, somewhere you'd highly consider)? Again, I'm mostly interested in details related to the job market and the quality of the districts themselves. I've pretty much decided that the cultural and weather-related differences pretty much even out (which is super frustrating!). However, if you've got any non-job related comments, please do feel free to share!