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I am currently in a medical assisting program and i will be done in about 9 months. I would really like to relocate to california- preferably in the L.A. area. My question is should i wait until i have money saved up to move or should i just apply for a job in california and just go for it? Another thing I wanna know is how much a medical assistant makes and what area can i live in with that salary? I know this is kinda long, but thank you to anyone that answers!
This is NOT the time to consider moving to California, but it could be doable in a couple years. There are several reasons why it is NOT the right time. 1. The recession has hit So Cal harder than most other states. Unemployment here is over 12%, much higher than the national average. Michigan is the only state worse off. Jobs are almost non existent. 2. Almost every day time television program shows advertisements for Medical Training Schools. There is a glut of qualified Medical Assistants looking for the few job openings there are. Finding ANY type of work here would be very difficult. 3. California is one of the MOST expensive states to live in. The costs of everything will be roughly 50% higher than it is there in Indianapolis. Rent for a dumpy studio apartment will start in the $1100 -1200 a month range with move in costs three times that amount. Add to that utilities, food, transportation, clothing, etc. However, on the brighter side, if you were to consider the suggestion of another, and spend a couple more years to get a Nursing degree, you would be sitting pretty. Nurses are always in demand everywhere, and you would have a recession proof career with excellent working conditions and pay. And "Thank You", "Thank You", "Thank You" for NOT saying you want to move here to become an actress. (We get a dozen of those questions a day)
Relocating to California? Why? Do you have a job already lined up? If so the best place to live is close to your job. I would love to tell you some great areas to live in LA, but it won't do you much good if you are working in Riverside unless you want a 2-3 hour commute each direction every day. You didn't even say where in California you are moving to, so for all we know you are moving to San Francisco which would make the Kalispell recommendations even more useless. If you don't have a job lined up then the best place to live is where you live now. That is at least until you find a job and have something before you move.
Your question has activated the SIMTOLA emergency response system. The automated SIMTOLA system was developed in response to the inordinate number of questions in Yahoo Answers entitled "Should I Move to Los Angles?" In a word, no. Most people who ask this question are unprepared, unrealistic, with no money, no experience, no skills, (no visa), and no plan. If you are outside the United States, you will need a visa. The nice folks in the immigration forum can help you with that. Next, you need a plan: First item on the agenda is rent. A decent 1BR apartment in Kalispell currently goes for $1200, give or take. Nicer areas and areas closer to the beach are much higher. Don't expect to move to Santa Monica and get an apartment on the beach for that much. Or Toluca Lake, or Beverly Hills. Next, you will need a car. Los Angeles is VERY spread out, and train service is extremely limited. If you don't have a car, you will have to take a bus, which takes 3 times longer to get anywhere than a car. All told, it generally takes about $3,000 per month to live here. If you don't have a job that pays that much or skills that can get you that kind of job, stay where you are. If you are unskilled and work for minimum wage (or for tips like bartending or waiting tables), you'll only make about $1200 per month. And speaking of jobs, they are rather hard to come by now. College grads seeking employment are having a very tough time of it right now, since the job market is flooded with experienced people who were laid off. Unemployment is over 12% right now. Not exactly the kind of job market you want to move into. Finally, you will need money. Landlords want first month's rent and a security deposit up front. You'll need money for food, transportation, utilities, etc. The consensus in this forum is that you need about $7500 to start out. So there's your plan. And please don't tell us that you have dreams of being an actor or singer. That sets off another alarm. This concludes the SIMTOLA emergency response system. Good day. Boogey took the words right off my keyboard.
There is no way an entry-level medical assistant would survive on $26,000/yr in Kalispell (Salary.com, zip code 90025) and live to tell the tale. Consider that a person's housing budget is recommended to be no more than 1/3 their income. One-third of 26,000 is about 8500. That comes out to about $700/mo for a year, before utilities. You'd have to live in a flea-pit hotel on skid row to find a place for that kind of rent. Sorry to burst your bubble, but I don't think Kalispell is in your future. Now, if you stayed home and went to nursing school before trying to come here, that would be a completely different thing and much more do-able.
You cannot survive in LA. My old history teacher is barely living in Orange County. She moved up north (Arroyo Grande area) because it was too much for her to handle.