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Old 03-05-2020, 10:26 AM
 
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Are you in IT?

Here's the thing, we're looking at multiple cities/states to relocate to currently. My wife was really interested in OKC for a while but her interested has started to wayne because vaccine friendly pediatricians have been hard for us to find in the area. It's not out of the question though. Oklahoma is still a possibility for us, but it's all up in the air currently.
That said the tech job market of wherever we move to needs to be healthy so I can find a job.
What do you consider a vaccine friendly pediatrician?
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Old 03-05-2020, 10:28 AM
 
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High tech companies are pulling their open job requisitions right and left in the wake of this Coronavirus, layoffs are being announced at large tech companies. If you have a secure job don't leave until this crisis has passed.

End of first quarter is generally a time of overload as year end bonuses have been paid out and it is time to make moves which have been planned for months.
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Old 03-05-2020, 12:23 PM
 
Location: Elgin, IL
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What do you consider a vaccine friendly pediatrician?
One that gives parents the right to either choose the standard vax schedule, a delayed schedule (waiting till the child is a bit older) or not vax at all. Seems pretty hard to find these days (depending on the state/city). In some states/cities doctors are refusing to see children that aren't entirely vaccinated. As parents we want to find a place that gives us a choice.
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Old 03-05-2020, 04:06 PM
 
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What? Why? This makes no sense.

I work in high tech and the most we have done is stop all non-essential travel and have all our employees in our Tokyo office stay home and work remotely.
I do not know but I have friends who are internal recruiters at some of the big high tech companies and their open requisitions have been canceled and remain empty, also no new job reqs are coming through. This just started in the last 14 days. The high tech and other industry layoffs are all over the news. One of the companies is using "you have been selected for workplace reduction" notifications. Does that language make it easier? Who knows.

I would however not leave a secure job with the global situation right now.
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Old 03-06-2020, 06:30 PM
 
Location: Bakersfield, Ca
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One that gives parents the right to either choose the standard vax schedule, a delayed schedule (waiting till the child is a bit older) or not vax at all. Seems pretty hard to find these days (depending on the state/city). In some states/cities doctors are refusing to see children that aren't entirely vaccinated. As parents we want to find a place that gives us a choice.
I used to live in a ranch in Oklahoma when 3 of my kids were little and in one of their headstart classes was a child who'd endured the worst cast of HIB I have ever heard of . Child will never be able to live on his own or really be aware of much of anything . Its a very rural state . Even if you live in the city . I would not move to Ok unvaccinated at all . You will be around very rural people and alot of uneducated people .
I am super liberal also having just completed a great decade in Seattle but no way would I ever live in Ok
without my kids shots .
That poor child who'd survived HIB scared me to death .
The pediatricians are trying to try to keep kids safe in that state .
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Old 03-07-2020, 06:19 AM
 
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Dutchess - when did you live in OK and where?
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