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Old 12-22-2006, 11:14 PM
 
Location: NJ
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we arent asking companies to pay for our relo and that is why they have no problem entertaining my husband for a job....I wouldnt expect a company to pay for it since its voulentary for us, also with 20 yrs exp in Financial Markets/IT and coming from NY there is alot of jobs and 2 companies in particular that are interested in him..I guess for us its a good thing...

Staci
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Old 12-26-2006, 05:36 PM
 
Location: new bern north carolina
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I just went through interviewing process and thankfully got the job. We are moving from the Cincinnati area, and are looking forward to being in New Bern. As far as how I got the job, I'm not really sure. I think I was the best qualified as I knew I was one of several potential candidates includig mostly local North Carolinans. But the process still took about a month and a half . It probably helped that I did a lot of research on the new company and the area, so it became second-hand as I spoked about potentially working in the area. As I sit here and look for a new house, it seems unreal that I will be starting a new job in less then two weeks, and no matter how much planning you do, it's still a very stressfull time. If ican be of any moral suport please allow me.
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Old 12-27-2006, 08:17 AM
 
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I just went through interviewing process and thankfully got the job. We are moving from the Cincinnati area, and are looking forward to being in New Bern. As far as how I got the job, I'm not really sure. I think I was the best qualified as I knew I was one of several potential candidates includig mostly local North Carolinans. But the process still took about a month and a half . It probably helped that I did a lot of research on the new company and the area, so it became second-hand as I spoked about potentially working in the area. As I sit here and look for a new house, it seems unreal that I will be starting a new job in less then two weeks, and no matter how much planning you do, it's still a very stressfull time. If ican be of any moral suport please allow me.
Thanks chefjulio. I'm starting to think that hubby is just so excited about the posibility of moving he's letting that get in the way during his interview. We've been talking about moving to the coast for years (over 8 years) and now that we're finally starting the process he's just over the top excited. We're planning a to visit in february (mini vacation) and I'm hoping that will help "calm" him. I will certainly pm you for moral support thank you.
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Old 12-27-2006, 07:48 PM
 
Location: new bern north carolina
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like you guys, we're ocean lovers and that has been the driven force for the last few years to look for a job somewhere near the ocean. I have remained positve and never gave up trying, and finally the time is here to actually move there. Keep your spirits up, you never know what is waiting around the corner for you and your family !!!
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