I'm a young professional who recently graduated with an BS in urban & Regional Studies, Communication studies, as well as a certificate in GIS. I've been working as a planner for an planning district in South Dakota for the past year and 8 months. While I'm overly grateful for the opportunity I've been given, I still feel like I'm reaching the ceiling of what I can learn in my current position, and the other stressors in life/work aren't worth the little development that is left.
I guess my biggest question is how I should approach my job shift. With limit upward mobility in my immediate market, I don't see much of a chance coming soon, my eyes have been on another state, and am wondering how difficult of a time I should expect getting a job while being so geographically separated. Some of my friends say that I'm best off being in the City to expect to get a job, how true do you believe this is from your experiences?
Any feedback you could provide me would be greatly appreciated, I just stumbled onto the community searching for colleges, I look forward to being a member for a long time to come.