how does one go about getting a job outside their state or even country?
I hate living in the same place I have lived for years. It's hard to get a job in the economy where i live. Plus I don't have anything left here. How would someone go about getting a job in a different state or a different country that would be enough to suppoert them far away from home?
Asked By: - 2/13/2008
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You can start by looking for jobs on an online board like monster in cities where you want to move. If possible give the company a call before you submit your resume - since you are not local then a company might not consider you because they don't want to incur relocation expenes. If you have to send a resume then... More
Answered By: Katie - 2/13/2008
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for a new state, just apply for jobs, and make sure you can travel for any interviews. For international, you will need to apply for a work permit first.
Answered By: Francesca Thomas - 2/13/2008
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