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Q&A: What do you have to take into consideration when relocating for a job?

by tom44 on January 9, 2014

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Question by Tink: What do you have to take into consideration when relocating for a job?
I just got my Masters degree – and I’d like to be able to use it.
However, I live in Detroit – and there are no jobs. Period.

Anyhow, I have never had to move more than 20 miles from where I was born (I know, odd) so I have no idea what things I need to consider or how to relocate….

I missed that lesson in school.

Any suggestions are greatly appreciated
Thanks

Best answer:

Answer by kims68
the cost of living is the first thing that comes to mind. What is the housing market like, if renting (availability). Transit system, crime rate, ammenities (stores, banks etc.), pollution
Good luck. Where are you thinking of relocating to anyway. Maybe also think about the diversity of the city or town too. There are many factors to consider, but hindsight is always 20-20.

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One thought on “Q&A: What do you have to take into consideration when relocating for a job?

  1. Connie says:

    Cost of housing is important, but don’t let your questions stop there. We moved to an area with comparable housing prices, but didn’t find out until we moved in, that water costs 3 times as much as we were paying, and homeowner’s insurance quadrupled!

    Do you have children? Ask the realtor where are the good schools. Those are the houses that will probably keep their value.

    What about the cost of gas? How many miles (and in what traffic) will you have to drive to get to work? Can you live close or take the bus? Don’t judge weekend traffic with rush hour – they’re completely different.

    Best to you.

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