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I am considering moving from Texas back home to Ohio. I have been posting my resume on various job sites and I am actively pursuing employement. My sister thinks that i should wait until I get there,but I don't want to move and be dependent upon someone else until I find a job. What dou you think? Also what is the best way to move? By truck or using those storage buildings that you pack and they move? This is in response to Bark...I was born and raised in Ohio I only came to Texas for college, so while it may not be a great place to live, it's home!

Asked By: Da Sexi 1 - 6/22/2007
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We moved cross-country (WV to TX) about two years ago. No jobs, but we had money in the bank, some residual commissions from the job I was leaving and a fully paid off house to sell... More
Answered By: icouldbeagain - 6/22/2007
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sell every thing until you are left with what you can carry, have moved to many times, in too many to recommend moving... More
Answered By: LR - 6/22/2007
 
Last question first, I hate to move! The easiest way is with the Pods that you rent and fill and then they deliver... More
Answered By: Richard T - 6/22/2007
 
i hate when people say "get the job first before you relocate." that is much easier said than done. no one wants to talk to you about a job unless you actually live there first. i am considering doing this. the only downside is that it will cost a lot of money to live in a hotel until i can find a job. moving sucks... More
Answered By: Bark - 6/22/2007
 
Unless you have a 3 or 4 bedroom home, then just renting a truck would be the way to go unless you don't want to drive 1,500 miles or have a friend/relative that will. You can go online and rent a 26' Penske for about $300 depending on the area of the country and time of year... More
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