you are considering relocating for your new job, here are some expenses
you should consder asking your new employer to pay for:
While you are
looking for a new house or appartment, your new employer needs to
put you up in either temporary housing or a hotel, all expenses
This would include
trips to your new place of work, to find housing, and to finally
relocate. Relocation expenses would include moving your family to
the new location, and also the cost of moving your funiture, belongings
and any vehicles you own.
You will need
some paid time off to search for appartments our a house near your
new place of work.
in searching for a new home
If you are moving
to a new city, you might need someone assistance from someone to
drive you around, looking for a house or appartment.
of current residence
You might need
assistance in selling your current residence before moving, such
as the real estate lawyers fees, advertising, broker's fees.
of new residence
If you are going
to purchase a new home or appartment, you my need to come up with
loan origination fees and other costs for the closing. You may need
a bridge loan.
If you have
children going to school, you will need assistance searching for
a new school, and some assistane in enrollment.
prior to an interview
- Do some research
the company - its size, geographic presence, customer base, etc.
so you can ask intelligent questions about the organization.
on the products or services the company provides. Find out who
their competitors are.
your own strong areas of knowledge that are relevant to the job
offer. This way you can steer the interviewer into talking about
the things you are well versed with.