A completely free service that allows students and recent grads who find themselves relocating to solicit competitive bids from local and long-distance, fully licensed moving companies within a matter of hours. They also offer a host of articles and tips on how to make a stress-free move.
Chamber-of-Commerce Sites (and other City, State, and Province information)
Search for Chambers of Commerce or cities-states-provinces around the world, includes hotlinks to their Web sites and email Addresses.
Get a road map here for your job interview.
Moneygeek Cost-of-living Calculator
Most cost of living calculators simply report the salary needed to cover living expenses when you move from one city to another. This calculator, using data from the U.S. Census bureau and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, shows how income potential differs across geographic regions by occupation choice, along with in-depth demographic data. You can compare 4 Cities at a time. This site also offers other great finance information on student loans, credit cards, etc.
Helps find information on salary ranges for a multitude of jobs across America. Using this tool, you are able to find average starting salaries, look at job outlooks, and compare starting salaries in the same field across the country.
The Wall Street Journal’s career site for executives, managers and professionals. A huge free database of compensation tables for thousands of job titles throughout the U.S., Canada and more than 200 countries around the globe. Click on your industry or function in the menu. The data are being provided by the Economic Research Institute (ERI), a top compensation and benefits research firm, and complements the hundreds of salary tables featured on the site, as well as the in-depth articles published each week on hiring demand by function and industry.
Look up the names, phone number and street addresses of friends, colleagues and businesses.