Well, this is how mine is set up: After my three month orientation I count six months and will receive 1/4 (25%) of the 24000 which is 6000. Then six months later 6000 more until two years at which time the full 24000 will be paid. So I am not bound to stay for two years, but I wont get the full 24 if I dont. Now, reading my papers it says if they pay for your relocation, which can be up to 4000 (this would include moving expenses) you would have to repay that if leave before 24 months. With me, they didnt pay for moving expenses due to I didnt move anything down here-to this day I have a blow up bed in my apartment, and my computer and that is it! That is what accounts for relocation. They paid for my first months rent 675, and deposit 250, they paid for me to come down for interview 315, and they paid for my stay in the laquinta for m;y interview. They also paid for me to stay at laquinta whilst I set up my apartment deal. Now, they started me at 20.39 as new grad, and now that on night shift 22.39. Yes, that is lower than the 24 that dallas pays, however the rent is cheaper and with not much to do I am not spending much money. You wont have a long drive to work either, I think the whole town can be traveled in less than 10 minutes. In today's economy it is rare to get any type of bonus at all, not to mention a job. Weekend differential is paid, though I havent worked weekend yet, but was told I would make around four dollars more on weekend. After orientation you can work as much as desire. I even talked to a woman that lives in Houston and works PRN for fort duncan and they pay for her to drive in and stay at the laquinta for whatever they need her for, then she just drives back to Houston after her few days of working. So, I feel this is a great place to start and I hope it helps those who are willing to relocate.
That is so good to know. mom35 I want to thank you for providing this info. You are awesome.