What is the best way to find a job in another city if you have no contacts there?

I live in the Bay Area and want to live/work in Southern California, preferably the San Fernando Valley or San Diego.

Asked By: chelita - 5/13/2007
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1) Does your current employer have a branch office in that area? If so, definitely pursue opportunities... More
Answered By: PatV - 5/13/2007
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Either move there and find a job when you get there, or have some skill set that would be attractive to an employer there. You may want to search out employers in that area and send off your resume to them. Good luck.
Answered By: lynda_is - 5/13/2007
try or some kind of online search engine. most newspapers are online, so you could look in the classifieds there.
Answered By: god_chic - 5/13/2007
I would suggest that you post your resume and indicate the cities in which you are willing to move. It wouldn't hurt to add that you are willing to foot the relocation expenses (that is, if you are) to not defray employers from making an initial contact. When most employers post seek potential employees, they may or... More
Answered By: brasilera67 - 5/13/2007
Subscribe or view the newspaper job ads online, seek out all sources of employment available from where you live. One thing you may want to do if you haven't done so is visit the area and see if you'd really want to live there. Even while visiting, seek out agencies or all sources of employment. Apply to those you... More
Answered By: Goldenrain - 5/13/2007
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