So I will be moving from a St. Louis, MO store to a store in Charleston, SC this spring. There are .org websites that calculate a "cost of living index" for all cities in the U.S. Where I live currently, the index is 86. Charleston is 110. Charleston is 27% more expensive than St. Louis. I obviously know that when I transfer I will not get a 27% pay adjustment but has anyone been in a similar situation that could give me a little insight? I know of team members that moved from higher cost of living to lower that got to keep their pay, but not anyone from lower to higher. I am hourly and have been with the company for 9 years. Im currently scouting out apartments but it is tricky not knowing if my wage will go up 20 cents an hour or 2 dollars. My Hr said she wouldn't know until we were in the process of the transfer. Thanks!