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Common HR Interview Questions & Answers - Are you willing to relocate for this job?
Migrating to a new city can be an exciting idea, but when it comes to interviewing, a hiring manager asks, “Are you willing to relocate for the job”  in which they may be looking for something different. It’s a question everyone must consider at some point. In this question, more commonly, you have to make a choice: either say yes and continue working for them or decline and face the consequences.
Most of the larger employers own multiple locations, so they might be asking this question for recent purpose or for future internal moves within the company. So if you say ‘no’ to this question, you probably won’t get the job.  If you are willing to relocate, say so. However, make sure you sound sincere, flexible, tactful and reasonable when answering. Answering that you are definitely willing to relocate will show that you want to do whatever is necessary to be a part of the company and team. 

Let's Take a Look at some secret Reason behind this question:
- The employer is seeking to find out how flexible you are about relocation both now and in the future. 
- If you agree to their offer, Say "YES" with enthusiasm.
- How focused are you with the company and the position they are offering?
  - An interviewer is trying to gauge your enthusiasm for the position.
  - Keep in mind that the recruiter is not asking you to move right away

Note - General Tips:
 - Respond with enthusiasm about the position regardless of whether or not you are willing to move.
 - Never say, "“Are you going to pay me more?”". 
 - Don’t just say “No” if you are unable to move
 - You can ask questions to learn more about relocation to see if it is right for you.

Yes Answer: Of course, I would like to relocate or travel. This will help to gain some experience.Based on my skills and experience in this industry, I’m a good fit for this position and I’d be happy to relocate for the opportunity to work with your company. 

No Answer: This is a great opportunity for my career and would love to be a part of the team, but Unfortunately, moving is not an option for me right now. However, I can promise total commitment to the role. My circumstances may change in the future, and I would certainly consider it then.