California’s High Cost of Living Is Pushing Really Right Stuff to Relocate, Big Plans Ahead

19 thoughts on California’s High Cost of Living Is Pushing Really Right Stuff to Relocate, Big Plans Ahead

  1. The company that charges an arm and a leg for a tripod complaining about costs being too high. The irony, oh the irony. Cost of living is too high? Try paying your employees a living wage then dumbfucks.

  2. Having lived in San Luis Obispo, I can tell you that real estate is high there. Coupled with high real estate costs is a slow growth policy designed to maintain a certain life quality. Not a fast food restaurant has a drive thru. The city won’t allow it. But this will be a great move for all involved except SLO and California. Photographers should be happy, but I will miss stopping by their place when I visit CA.

  3. California is a big and varied state, expensive in some areas, cheaper in others. Homes in Lehi are not really much different than near Sacramento. If you want to move, move, but to blame cost of living for your employees as the reason make no sense to me

  4. Not a bad place to have to relocate. Good for them for not sending the jobs to China! I’ll remain a loyal customer even if I have to pay a little more. Their products are top notch.

  5. Great location for work but tell your employees to move north of the point of the mountain. Living in Utah valley as an ex Californian will be very HARD. Unless you’re LDS, you may not be very welcomed. We moved there from TX and had to get further north ASAP .

  6. Well ya….you’re in SLO…. It’s retired rich people and college students! Even the college students don’t graduate from Cal Poly and say “gee…I’m gonna stay right here in SLO because the job prospects are fantastic!”

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