When To Move for a New Job
Once in a while, people get good job opportunities and offers that require them to move to another place of residence. More often than not, these people take the job and the requirements asked of them, but moving is no joke, and you should always make sure of everything before uprooting yourself from your old shell and transporting your (and your family's) life to an entirely new environment.
One of the most important things to make sure of in this kinds of situations is to always have an assurance that you are definitely going to get the job. You may only think you got it, but it's easy to make a mistake and assume when you're excited and happy. The job offer must be final, and your prospective new employer must completely understand that you will be moving from a new place and need some leeway of time before you can start working.
Another thing to consider is the type of neighborhood or environment your new job is going to be located. Single people usually have lesser problems regarding this, but people with families need to take a little more time to think about things. Some environments might be unsuitable or even dangerous, so you should know before making any decision to accept the job.