When leaving the military, getting your foot in the door of many companies requires that you go to where the jobs are. Yes, that means at least one more move, but the government will pay to move you to a home of selection if you are retiring. If you are separating, the government will normally only pay to move you the distance to your place of enlistment or entry on active duty at their expense. You will have to make up the difference if you move further than authorized. Remember that most companies will not pay to move you at their expense, so you will want to make that decision while you still have your relocation option by the military. For more information on job searching tips, contact your local SFL-TAP Center.
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