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Old 07-26-2008, 03:27 PM
 
Location: Orlando, FL
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Hey all! I'd forgotten about this thread, i'm glad someone brought it back to life.

Here's an update on me: I've moved my moving date back to March 09. Basically, looking at the economy and unemployment rates I thought it might not be a great idea to just quit my job and hope that my savings will tide me over until I find a new one. So I'm working part-time at the Marriott so I can transfer to one in NJ. I already talked to my manager and he said while they don't have a call center there I can always work in one of the hotels. Most likely, I'll go full-time once i move since job searching is primarily online these days. I have to be on the job six months before I can transfer and that would put me right smack in the middle of the holidays when the prices for everything goes up and i'm not too sure if I want to drive from FL to NJ in the snow.

I also have registered with a couple of temp agencies here that have offices there so when I move my test scores will already be on file and I can go straight to the interview process. I keep feeling like I'm stalling because this is the 3rd time I've moved back my dates, but my mom tells me to just slow down and relax. I think I'm an over planner.

I've got my place pretty much vacant. I went month-to-month on my lease (which costs me an extra $20 a month but it's worth it, otherwise I'd be stuck here until June). Most of my son's clothes will go to charity; I've been purging his closet every 3 months and getting rid of stuff that's too small. I donated all my books and the majority of my movies to the library. I hated to give them away but I never watch/read them and it would have just been too hard to move them.

I try to read the local paper online often and I'm making a weekend trip up there next month to check out a couple of apartment complexes, although when I first move I'll be staying with my son's grandmother.

Thanks, to everyone for the tips and encouragement, especially the one about the pediatrician. I asked the current one and she gave me an excellent recommendation, whom I visited when I was up there in April and the doctor's office gave me some good daycare referrals.
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Old 12-25-2010, 05:05 PM
 
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I'm thinking about moving to Atlanta Ga or Charlotte NC.......These posts do help a lot. Thank you.
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Old 12-25-2010, 07:05 PM
 
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Originally Posted by natalayjones View Post
I'm not sure if I should job hunt here or wait until I move.
Get job

Then get apartment with month to month lease

Then settle in
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Old 03-06-2012, 09:50 PM
 
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I'm also thinking of moving out of my current resident state. Had no ideas what to do but now at least I have a direction. Thanks for all the tips and they do help a lot.
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Old 03-07-2012, 01:34 PM
 
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Make lists of things to do. Get some organization into it and it goes smoother. Research before hand everything you can.
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Old 03-13-2012, 11:31 AM
 
Location: Grosse Ile Michigan and Sometimes Orange County CA
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Best way?

Go to a top notch law, medical, or engineering school in your area and interview on campus with employers from that state.
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