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Best place on where to live in Florida?

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I am 18 years old, and for the next two years, my parents have asked of me to find a job, complete junior college and then I can move wherever I want. By the time I move out, I will almost be 21. I am saving everything I can right now, because as long as I keep up with my end of the deal, my parents will pay for basically everything.

When I complete these two years, I would like to move to Florida, for two reasons, to continue my degree in education, and to pursue a more serious career in golf. I am open to anywhere, except maybe not the far south part of Florida, because I've heard that is expensive.

Does anyone have advice? Im looking for a few things
1. Quality Apartments
2. A city where the jobs are easy to find
3. Good quality of life.
4. Proximity to the ocean (I'm from Los Angeles so I grew up near the ocean, favorite thing in the world.)
5. Close to a college where I can continue my degree in education (I want to be a teacher.)

I know that there is a slim to none chance for a pro golf career to happen, but I am busting my butt so I can at least try, and I am continuing my degree so I have something to fall back on.

Does anyone, maybe Florida residents or otherwise have any advice on where to look? I will be moving out of Denver, Colorado.

Thank you : )

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