Florida V/S Indiana
I was raised in Indiana and have lived here my entire life. While on vacation in Florida one year, my husband introduced the idea of us relocating to Florida to live permanently. This was not a decision to take lightly. I had to do some research into the idea of living in Florida as opposed to living in Indiana where I grew up. It is very beautiful there and sure I love visiting Florida for vacation and I never want to leave, but we need to decide if we want to live there. To begin, Florida known as “the sunshine state” hooks you in as soon as you enter the state. The beautiful palm trees blowing in the wind, the numerous orange groves you see from the roadside and the welcome center offering fresh squeezed orange juice makes you feel so at home. There are so many beautiful exotic looking flowers in the landscaping of homes and businesses. Of course, the warmer climate is the main attraction in Florida. The annual average high is 79F degrees and the average low is 57F degrees. Snow rarely falls in most of Florida, but has on occasion in the northern peninsula. Florida also has an abundant annual rainfall especially during the months of June through September. In addition, Florida is located between the Atlantic Ocean and The Gulf of Mexico, therefore it also has exceptionally high humidity and of course there is always a chance of hurricanes as well. Undoubtedly, both of these items are a major downfall to me. Also, according to information found on the US Census Bureau’s website, the population is 20 million, the average income for Florida residents is $48,000 per year and the minimum wage is $7.67 per hour. Homes are reasonably priced averaging 140,000 to 200,000 which really attracted me. Consequently, you are able to get much more space and luxury for your money in Florida due to many homes having foreclosures and being priced to sell. Florida is the most popular vacation destination and is home to Walt Disney World, Sea...
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