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    I just got a job here and started last month. I work for a big company that has facilities all over the world.

    Today, I got a job offer from someone within the company. I would earn a bit more, and make a jump on the career ladder, and I'm 100 procent sure I would get the job if I applied.

    Only thing is, I would have to move to Romania.


    Any thoughts?
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    I would move to Romania. The food is better. The climate is better. The women look better. Why are you hesitating?

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    And i bet your salary has some nice tax savings included in your package
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    Take it. Great opportunity to work abroad and experience a different country.
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    It would be interesting. Visit first to see how you like the vibe. Great job, more money, but if you absolutely hate the place, well that will negate all good things quickly.

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    I would go for definite. Been there and it's a lovely country and the people I met were really nice too.

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    Give it a try. However, if you boss is named Mr. Alucard, has long canine teeth, is a bit pasty-faced, insists on only doing business after dark, and drinks warm blood from the torn throats of still-wriggling peasant children, then I would exercise a wee bit of caution. Just in case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robijntje View Post
    I just got a job here and started last month. I work for a big company that has facilities all over the world.

    Today, I got a job offer from someone within the company. I would earn a bit more, and make a jump on the career ladder, and I'm 100 procent sure I would get the job if I applied.

    Only thing is, I would have to move to Romania.


    Any thoughts?
    I fail to see the problem.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mousey View Post
    However, if you boss is named Mr. Alucard, has long canine teeth, is a bit pasty-faced, insists on only doing business after dark, and drinks warm blood from the torn throats of still-wriggling peasant children, then I would exercise a wee bit of caution. Just in case.
    Ah, but those stories were written by a Dubliner, and we are notoriously unreliable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mousey View Post



    Give it a try. However, if you boss is named Mr. Alucard, has long canine teeth, is a bit pasty-faced, insists on only doing business after dark, and drinks warm blood from the torn throats of still-wriggling peasant children, then I would exercise a wee bit of caution. Just in case.
    PMSL. Or hangs upside down. You forgot that.


    It looks like a beautiful country, and would I be right in remembering you said you were Belgian? Moving country is much that same, just be sure you like the place first. I would take a few weeks holiday there.
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