I left HPE in 2020 because managers began to leave R & D groups. I was lucky to get a package. I was determined to stay in my home and not relocate and find a job locally. I avoided oil-related companies but I finally found a job that I really enjoyed and allowed me to improve my technical skills while working. At the same time, I was looking for a high paying position that I could work remotely. After being rejected and lowballed by many prospective employers, I finally hit the jackpot and found the perfect position that really fits my skill set and brought me a 40% increase over my former HPE salary. Don’t lose hope and don’t stop looking for that perfect job. It takes a lot of work but hard work always pays off.
4 replies (most recent on top)
Florida has a high cost of living. Don't be fooled. Unless you want to live in the "country" and no one wants that
I like Texas too just not Houston (or Western Louisiana as we call it.) Many other places are very nice.
Why are people leaving Kalifornia in droves? High cost of living? Corrupt Marxist politicians? Oppressive business climate? I prefer Texas, Tennessee, or Florida.
But you have to live in Houston. That's punishment enough.