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A former member
Post #: 5
So, I'm looking to move to Denver (or possibly Boulder) sometime next year. I originally hail from Charleston, WV. I'm looking for somewhere with a little less humidity, bigger city life, but plenty of outdoor rec opportunities. I think the Denver area fits the bill.

So what's it like, living in Denver as an atheist? Here in West Virginia, you're pretty much looked at as a crazy person.

I'm also wondering how easy it is to find a tech job there. Right now I'm a senior IT specialist. I don't want to move to Denver only to end up homeless haha.

Anyway, any suggestions, tips, or stories about your own move to and life in Denver would be greatly appreciated! :)
Aurora, CO
Post #: 7
Hi Steve,

Hope you are able to join us out here soon! Denver and Boulder are both great places to be as a non-believer! We have very active meetup groups and you should check out what we are doing with the Secular Hub ( to help build community. The great groups like the Denver Atheists, Humanists of Colorado, Boulder Atheists, Freedom From Religion are active and offer a lot of events where you will get to know people.

The tech market in Denver is pretty good too - no guarantees, of course, but this is a good town to be a tech!

I'm originally from the east coast too, but I love it out here and can't imagine moving anywhere else. Hope to see you out here in the near future.

A former member
Post #: 6
Cool, thanks. I'll have to check those out! :)
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