So a little bit of back story - I am about 6 months out of college, worked through most of it in fast food and retail, and have only been working in a job related to my field (computer science) for about a year. Out of the blue, someone from Amazon contacted me about a possible career through my University's Career services. This is INCREDIBLY EXCITING FANTASTIC NEWS.
Unfortunately, with my stint of minimum wage jobs, and my rinkie-dink "IT" job where I spend roughly 10-15 hours a week answering phones with IT questions being eaten up by books and trying not to get too far in debt with student loans, I'm basically dirt poor; I still live with my parents and on my current salary have absolutely no hope of moving out and starting my own life in the next ten years.
Ignoring personal issues with moving away from home; What should I take into consideration given the possibility of relocation? What questions should I ask of the recruiters extending employment? Should I consider an apartment or buying a house? If I get in with Amazon I will hang on to it for all I am worth.