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Old 05-17-2006, 08:13 PM
 
Location: Raleigh
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Just contact the human resource dept of each company.
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Old 05-17-2006, 09:07 PM
 
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I also am in Michigan and the miserable conditions here have made us consider another state. Looks like the winner is North Carolina. I have some questions for anyone in the area North of Charlotte, near Statesville, Morganton, Lenoir, Casper is a GM auto mechanic, (very good) how is the situation in this area? Any favorite dealerships he should look at? Just started to send out resumes, suggestions are appreciated. And for me, I have been in customer service for 7 years, mostly with telephone companies, any suggestions on employers in this area?
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michellecasper
Hey Michelle,
My girlfriend and I leave for Statesville this Saturday. We are leaving Sacramento, Ca. I am going to go to school at the NASCAR Technical Institute in Mooresville but it also a permanent move for us. We are both 49 and have grown tired of Ca. She is from Wisconsin and I am from Colorado. NC is the perfect fiy for us.

We settled on Statesville / Troutmant area because we wanted rural living near small towns, but we are still close enough to Charlotte and Winston-Salem if we get the big city itch. I do know that many auto companies are moving to the Mooresville area because of the pro-automitive atmosphere and technicians. For example, Hybrid Technologies recently left southern Ca. for Mooresville for those particular reasons.

The Lake Norman area is very pretty and extremely diverse when it comes to the communities and housing opportunities. Visit each area around the Lake and one place will end up being perfect for you.

Good Luck.
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Old 05-18-2006, 02:38 PM
 
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Thanks for the excellent information. We too like the rural small town area with a longer drive to the "big city". That would be the reason why we choose the area we did. Any info on day to day living would be appreciated. Things like what insects can be a problem, what is truely miserable weather in the winter, summer, etc. As soon as he is able to secure employment the count down will be on.... will probably only take us a month to two to move all down there. I am just wanting to get to a place that will allow us a chance to make it. Here last month the unemployment hit 7.2% - worse where we are located.
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Old 05-19-2006, 07:16 AM
 
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Hi all . my name is andrei ..and i`m a romanian student . in a few weeks ..i will be in NC - Mooresville for travel and work ( for 3 mounth ) . i know i have a job there like a student and i will be payed with 7 $ / hour . i think i will need some new info about mooresville ..and if is any oportuny to get another job ,a second job to get more money . thanks a lot . my e mail adress is : mail_oficial@yahoo.com . if anyone can help me with some info ..or something like that i will be apreciate . andrei from romanian ( europe )
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