If by "pro level," you mean someone who makes a living more or less on skis, then that is possible in a few years....as an instructor, guide, patroller. Each one of those has its own professional development sequence that requires some investment of time and dedication to that profession. Start practicing for your PSIA Level I, or take an avy safety course, or get into a class for your EMT. There are other forums here where you could ask ski-professionals about their work and how they got into it.
Or, if you do relocate, start off as a mountain ambassador (title is sometimes different). You get to ski all day, smile at people, and at least get a free season pass.
But, seriously, the WC or FIS circuit is a bit of a pipe dream. Masters-level racing is seriously competitive. You'd be surprised. Try that. Plenty of clinics for getting into it, if you're in the right area. There is even a hard core NASTAR scene (a little strange typing "hard core NASTAR").
Your enthusiasm is great, but I think you need to close the reality gap. Watching Bode on TV and thinking "I could probably do that" and trying to ski with him are two very different things. You won't learn that until you ski more. Right now, you don't know what you don't know. (How do I know? I was a collegiate racer and good enough to understand just how good the really good people are.)
But, do ski more. There are worse things to do
PS Downhill a little easier? Not so sure about that... Different, yes, but not easier.