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Are you considering relocating for a job? Whether it is a permanent position or a travel nursing job, relocation can be difficult no matter how well you plan the move. Before you jump right in with both feet, there are some things you can do to make the entire transition easier on yourself. If you’re considering a job that will require relocation, here are some ways you can reduce your stress and love the journey.


Keep up with organization.

Being disorganized during a move will quickly lead to frustration or worse. You want to make sure you know not only where you time is going, but where all your stuff is before it leaves and after it arrives. Being organized will only help you maintain control over the relocation process and not feel completely lost or unable to find what you really need. And, organization applies to your time as well.

Study your options.

There is never just one answer when it comes to relocating for your job. So take some time to determine what works best for your family. For instance, if you are part of a two-income household, how will the move affect your partner or spouse? Will they be able to find a new job in the new location? How long might they be out of work?

It can’t hurt to ask.

Is everything about the relocation package set in stone? Did you know that it doesn’t have to be? And the biggest barrier between what you want and what you’re giving might be your fear of asking. The truth is, many companies are willing to budge on a variety of details when it comes to providing a relocation package to a new or moving employee. Talk to them about what it is that you really want.

Make a plan to sell your home.

Finally, selling your current home might create a nightmare scenario. The thought of paying two mortgages can be crippling to the process. But there may be a few options. Look at the market and determine if selling is something feasible in your area. If not, consider renting it out until the time is right. Or, rent in your new location until you find a buyer. Having a plan will be important to the success of your move.


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