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J. Cheever Loophole wrote:Denver. 25k is significant (per year, right?) and as long as you want to stay regional, you should be fine finding a job. Although, if you want more options, you might want to send a LOCI to Illinois.
I thought about sending a LOCI to Illinois, but I'm not sure if I could swallow it at sticker. Is it really worth it at sticker?
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jayman6 wrote:I'm not sure if I should wait around on Iowa as I don't think they'll give me much if anything. Right now I'm leaning Denver. There really isn't a particular area I'd like to live in, I'd be happy at pretty much any of the schools I've been admitted to.
I can't speak for Denver, Nebraska, or Hamline, but I can tell you that contrary to most people's expectations, Penn State has weak placement in most of PA, its sphere of influence restricted to the Harrisburg/York/Lancaster corridor. Without ties, don't expect Philly or Pittsburgh with a Dickinson degree.