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L S Usetheforce
New Orleans Saints Fan
College Station
Member since Jun 2004
17685 posts

Bringing up relocation expenses in an interview

I have an interview next week with a group.....they ve already brought up salary on their own....very competitive....

But I live in New Orleans and job is in College Station.

The market is saturated for my field in gulf area but not other parts of country.

Do I make it a priority to sign me?
This post was edited on 2/20 at 5:06 pm



lynxcat
Rutgers Fan
Member since Jan 2008
15177 posts

re: Bringing up relocation expenses in an interview
Once you get to the negotiation stage, mention it is a top priority.


L S Usetheforce
New Orleans Saints Fan
College Station
Member since Jun 2004
17685 posts

re: Bringing up relocation expenses in an interview
I ve already done 2 phone interviews they love me.....pay is lil better than NOLA and permanent position as opposed to PRN.

And it's 100 bucks an hr after 3:30pm.

Biggest cons:

1) Aggies
2) distance from home
3) no student loan help.
This post was edited on 2/20 at 5:26 pm


BlownderLSU
LSU Fan
Houston, TX
Member since Jun 2010
371 posts

re: Bringing up relocation expenses in an interview
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Aggies


I go to college station a good bit for work. You don't want to live there.


reb13
Ole Miss Fan
Oxford, MS
Member since May 2010
10277 posts

re: Bringing up relocation expenses in an interview
quote:

I go to college station a good bit for work. You don't want to live there.


Been a few times, not that bad. Also you could easily live in the woodlands or in Conroe if you don't like CS.


kingbob
LSU Fan
Sorrento, LA
Member since Nov 2010
23858 posts

re: Bringing up relocation expenses in an interview
What's the job? I'm assuming oil and gas, but not sure.


foshizzle
LSU Fan
Washington DC metro
Member since Mar 2008
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L S Usetheforce
New Orleans Saints Fan
College Station
Member since Jun 2004
17685 posts

re: Bringing up relocation expenses in an interview
Nah bob it's with an anesthesia group.


1) I'm really looking for autonomy and they provide it.

2) their base is solid for a new grad.

3) the OT is there to be made


I Love Bama
Alabama Fan
Alabama
Member since Nov 2007
34140 posts

re: Bringing up relocation expenses in an interview
nurse anesthetist? Great job.


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MNCscripper
LSU Fan
Alligator Bayou
Member since Jan 2004
5788 posts

re: Bringing up relocation expenses in an interview
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Also you could easily live in the woodlands or in Conroe if you don't like CS


Easily?

75 miles 1 way from The Woodlands, made that drive for the game this past fall.

Conroe is maybe 10 miles less


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Kraut Dawg
Mississippi St. Fan
Member since Sep 2012
415 posts

re: Bringing up relocation expenses in an interview
Regarding relocation expenses, I had a colleague go through this two months back. He asked for, and received, a $5000 "sign on bonus" to help with moving expenses. He had completed his contract & was being moved back to Alabama anyway.

He knew they wouldn't pay for "relocation" but since they wanted him, he found a way to squeeze a little more out of them via a bonus.


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LSURussian
LSU Fan
Member since Feb 2005
85178 posts

re: Bringing up relocation expenses in an interview
Bring it up after you get the offer.


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