Long Distance Job-Search Tips

  • Article by: Kevin Donlin , Star Tribune Sales and Marketing
  • Updated: August 21, 2008 - 2:59 PM

Finding a job out of town can be a big challenge; meet that challenge with some strategies that have worked for others.

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amosmjAug. 24, 08 6:21 PM

These are decent tips. When moving from Colorado to Maryland I used some of these. I didn't have a job when I arrived but three days after arriving I was making twice what I had previously. The ground work and previous interviews had paid off. Now I'm preparing the repeat in Minnesota. The idea of using a local address was one I had not used but had already planned for this time. The one thing that he doesn't mention, I think because he feels like it doesn't need to be but: do your homework. Find out who the major employers are in the area before you ever set foot in the city. Found out where they are located, find out what they do, who they are looking for and get some names if you can.

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