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    Alright guys. This is just to see what states or cities provide the best place to work. Let me know what you think.

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    East Cleveland.
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    This could be so subjective, but here are some observations-

    Arizona, Utah, Washington state, Oregon, various parts of California, Nevada, New Mexico, Colorado.

    Anything in particular youre looking for?
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    Not really, just out of curiosity to see where people feel the best places to work are cities would probably be less broad. Web links to the cities departments are always good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CALFFBOU View Post
    This could be so subjective, but here are some observations-

    Arizona, Utah, Washington state, Orgeon, various parts of California, Nevada, New Mexico, Colorado.

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    i love the spelling of ORGEON! I LIVE IN ORGEON and love it. The best fire department to work for is the ONE THAT HIRES YOU!

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    LAFD and LA Co FD. because you can either get your @** handed to you in a great city with good pay. Or, you can lay on your @** in a good city with great pay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxfire View Post
    i love the spelling of ORGEON! I LIVE IN ORGEON and love it. The best fire department to work for is the ONE THAT HIRES YOU!
    Dude- Chill out. One lousy typo. You OREGON people sure get your feathers ruffled easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scfirefighter12 View Post
    Not really, just out of curiosity to see where people feel the best places to work are cities would probably be less broad. Web links to the cities departments are always good too.

    Well, if you can get hired on in Las Vegas, NV, I think you will do fine.

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    i love the spelling of ORGEON! I LIVE IN ORGEON and love it. The best fire department to work for is the ONE THAT HIRES YOU!



    I have to agree with the last part of this statement. Hiring would be an essential part. I can't wait to get back involved with the FD. It's been a long 2 years away from it.

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