I've been in talks with a tech company who are interested in hiring me, they've expressed that they're focusing on their Manchester(U.K) office, and want to know if I would be interested in a role / relocating(I live in another EU country).
Relocating for me isn't a major issue, I'm young(23) and don't have anything tying me down so to speak, but, this is my first time ever considering this.
During initial talks I was going to be based in the HQ in the country I live in, and they were hinting at a salary in and around 50,000 Euros, but their direction shifted from higher up and they're no longer looking to employee in that HQ for the next two quarters.
My first question is, what would you consider before accepting an offer to relocate, I've already said I would need relocation support along with the right offer Salary wise, but is there anything else I should be asking?
And secondly, with BREXIT looming around the horizon, would I be mad to leave a European Union country to work in the UK? I'm far from an expert on it but I imagine it could have complications further down the line (Last in first out scenario) it seems like a lot of Banks and big tech companies are leaving the U.K rather than focusing on it at the moment.
I would love to work for this company, I'm hoping to get some opinions on it though so I can cover all bases before going into the final offer stages and don't overlook anything.
I should be speaking to the Company again sometime next week.
Apologies if this has been asked before but I think m situation is slightly unique considering BREXIT is in the equation and that is concerning for me.
Any answers are appreciated, Cheers!