Xcasinonightzone542 karma2014-05-01 16:27:36 UTC
Say there's a city that I want to move to that is 1,000 miles away. Do you think it would be easier to move to that city without a job (with enough money saved to survive for a while of course) and then start applying for jobs, or is it easier to try to find a job from afar and move once you get hired?
I guess I'm asking which is more desirable to an employer, and if it's the latter, how do you express your financial abilities and desires to move in a cover letter, and if it's the former, how do you express that you really wanted to move to that city and had to do so without a job.
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Xcasinonightzone62 karma2020-01-21 01:12:41 UTC
Which do you prefer? Tacos or getting the mail?
Xcasinonightzone24 karma2014-04-18 23:14:40 UTC
If you're anywhere near Connecticut, we have Dinosaur State Park, and in just poking around on their website, there are definitely volunteer opportunities:
Xcasinonightzone9 karma2014-06-03 03:58:59 UTC
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