Aug 03, 2018 - 03:47 PM
You may get some advice to leave your current address of your resume and cover letter, but hiring managers are sure to note this omission. It's best to carefully phrase the documents for positive results. Use tips from here to write a great cover letter. Then, adjust your content to address the physical distance between your current job and the one you hope to get.
The first step is to focus on your qualifications, rather than your location. Match your skills to the requirements in the job description and back them up with quantifiable metrics. The second step is to assure hiring personnel that you are willing to travel for interviews and to finance your own moving costs. Avoid leaving the impression that you want the position just so you can move. Instead, focus on your interest in the company and the position; advertise your best qualities and your willingness to pay for your own move.