Might be moving to SC, one thing is keeping me on the fence.
| Posted on July 7, 2012, 6:16 p.m.
My family has been throwing some notions that they want to move to Myrtle Beach, SC. I wouldn't mind moving there, I've taken vacations there and it seems like a nice place, at least for now. However, there is one thing that is keeping me from jumping in and going.
Is there a way to secure a job in a different state before you move there? I know you can look up and submit applications online at a lot of major chains now, but the interview process is what worries me. If they call and ask for an interview (if they call at all after seeing the area code), and I tell them I don't live there yet, what might they do?
If I can make sure I have a job there, I would gladly pick up and move.
If it's any help, I'm wanting a cooking job at a sit-down restaurant. Denny's or something like that.
Thanks for any help.
I love your posts.
| Posted on July 7, 2012, 6:19 p.m.
maybe apologize and suggest a phone interview if that happens?
Not changing until Big Show AND Rey Mysterio are both permanently gone from WWE. 10/28/2011
| Posted on July 7, 2012, 6:22 p.m.
You wont get a job at all without an interview. Most places are hiring for the immediate future and if you can't make it to them then they will go with the next best person. If you can get hired at a place where you live and transfer to a SC location then that would be best. Or just move there and be a mooch until you can get back on your feet
| Posted on July 7, 2012, 6:30 p.m.
You lose absolutely nothing by trying. Some companies will do phone interviews, but almost every single one will want to see you before they give you a job offer.
The universe may be as great as they say. But it wouldn't be missed if it didn't exist.
| Posted on July 9, 2012, 3:41 p.m.
i live in SC.are you a girl?
B05S^TAC_OPS C2 FC-0476-3885-0255.you people are jerks.