There are many things to consider before choosing to relocate for a new job. Climate, distance from extended family and prox-imity to schools, churches and the job site itself can all be deter-mining factors as to whether you accept an offer from the CDC.
To make the transition easier for you and your family, we have compiled a list of Web sites that provide comprehensive relocation information for each duty station.
- District of Columbia
- Georgia (Headquarters)
- North Carolina
- Puerto Rico
- West Virginia
If you are assigned to another field location, be sure to check your Center, Institute or Office’s (CIO) Web site on CDC.gov to acquaint yourself with the resources provided, such as office locations and contact information. A general Web search will provide a variety of relocation information for each site.
If you are assigned to a field position outside of the continental United States (CONUS), be sure to visit the U.S. Department of State’s Consular Information Program to view conditions abroad that may affect your safety and security. For information about travel to and living in your host nation, visit Government Visa Travel, Traveler’s Health, and the CIA’s World Factbook.
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