Forbes Coaches Council members recommend doing these things when job hunting from afar. Photos courtesy of the individual members.
Job seekers around the country know how many hoops they have to jump through just to get noticed. It’s what has led many of those same job seekers to take their search on the road. Many are now open to relocation, chasing the elusive employment opportunity that might be out of state.
However, even elsewhere, a job seeker needs to make a positive impression on hiring managers and companies to stand a chance against local competition. Fifteen contributors to Forbes Coaches Council delve into how job seekers can make an impression on out-of-state hirers, and how these steps will help them land the job they’re looking for.
Show Commitment To Relocation
Do Your Homework
Be Authentic And Add Value
Display Confidence And Certainty
Show A Genuine Interest
Adapt And Thrive
Do Your Best To Stand Out
Bring Fresh Views And Insights
Be Clear And Transparent About Intentions
Lead With Value And Your Expertise
Use A Local Google Voice Account
Rethink Your Resume
Know The Culture
Future-Proof Their Return On Investment
Reach Out To People In The Community