Earlier I discussed examining bases with an eye towards how long it may take you to hold a specific base. Now let’s discuss the personal and financial costs associated with commuting, if that is what you end up doing. You are essentially giving up earning potential for flexibility in where you live, when you commute. While the flexibility can be useful, commuting reduces your earning potential and adds costs to your job – commuting with a plan that ends with you living in base is ideal for…
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