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Are you willing to relocate

Are you willing to relocate?

If you absolutely can’t relocate, you have to be honest about that, but try not to just say “No.” You don’t know what the future holds, and your life might look very different in a year for a thousand reasons. First find out where you may have to relocate and how much travel may be involved. Then respond to the question.

The first way to handle this question is to keep your options open and your reservations to yourself in the early going, by saying, “no problem”. You strategy here is to get the best offer you can, then make a judgment whether it’s worth it to you to relocate or travel.

In second way – voice a reservation, but assert that you’d be open to relocating (or traveling) for the right opportunity.The answering strategy you choose depends on how eager you are for the job. If you want to take no chances, choose the first approach.
If you want to play a little harder-to-get in hopes of generating a more enticing offer, choose the second.

In all of these cases, these answers make you look more sincere than if you had given the standard answer about the “right opportunity.” They keep you from making a strong commitment while still making you appear flexible—which is always going to be a plus with your future employer.

Vikas Sahay said :

I am very interested in advancing my career, and if relocating is a part of that, I would certainly consider it.

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Anupreet said :

To me, where I live is really a secondary concern. My career path is important to me, and I’ve been very impressed with what I’ve learned about this company and believe that this position in particular is a great fit for my skills in Creative thnking.

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Rokesh Prakash said :

I’d rather not relocate right now, but that could easily change in the future. Who knows what circumstances may bring tomorrow or a year from now?

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Sara said :

I have no problems with traveling, actually I love traveling.

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Zeeshan Ahmad said :

Yes sir I am ready to relocate. Why because still I’m single so this is time to improve my carrier so that distance, relocate is not matter for me. I strongly believe to reach by goal before my marriage until I am ready to move any where at any time.

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Aniket Kumar said :

Yes, I have no issues with the relocation. I am staying away from home from last five years, therefore I am not home sick. And I like to come across different cultures and well experienced people, and it will help me to groom my skills and knowledge.

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Vikramjeet Singh said :

Ya..sure. I ll because I’m young, energetic, enthusiastic, flexible and get adapt to any new situations & environment easily. Hope it’s a good process of Socialization too..

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