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    08-18-2011, 11:27 PM
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Vet techs! How hard would it be to get a job out of state?

Hi guys, I just have a question. I have decided to relocate to Oklahoma in the next 12 months or so, mostly depending on when and if I sell my gelding. However, (and this question can be answered by anybody, but vet techs know the field) how hard do you think it would be to get a job in OK while still in FL?

I am saving up for my own relocation, and I do plan on having some extra money for unforseen expenses, but I won't be planning on spending money all over the place on plane tickets just so I can go to an interview. I will have some experience lined up (I am currently still in school) and I am not limiting myself to just CVT jobs, although that is eventually what I will transfer to.

Comparatively, the unemployment rate in Oklahoma is only five percent, against Florida's ten, so I definitely will have a great chance at keeping the job once I find it!
     

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